hyperborean

[ hahy-per-bawr-ee-uh n, -bohr-, -buh-ree- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hyperborean

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"Away in the Hyperborean regions," answered the clergyman, smiling.

No; nor the Scythian neither, nor the Greek, nor the hyperborean.

It was enough for him that he had found a "Halcyonian" to contrast with Wagner, the "Hyperborean."

Hyperborean (an epithet of Ireland), its twofold meaning, 55.

That the Hyperborean nations are nations of a receding frontier.

We will separate it into three branches—the Hyperborean, the Mongolian, and the Sinaic branches.

The mighty Norseman, too, in his own sinewy Hyperborean style, is full of joy.

On the north, Rhodope, or the Riphean Mountains, were supposed to enclose the hyperborean limits of the world.

But this time it was in no hyperborean tempest that we were called forth, but when the very sweetest airs of June were blowing.

The other Hyperborean races do not widely differ in character and physical appearance from those already described.

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