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."
The people belonging to the Hyperborean branch are nomadic, and their only domestic animals are the dog and the reindeer.
Hyperborean (an epithet of Ireland), its twofold meaning, 55.
His favorite place of abode was in the Hyperborean Mountains, from whence he sallied forth on wild raids.
The light hung over the Hyperborean landscape as if loath to leave.
"Away in the Hyperborean regions," answered the clergyman, smiling.
But this time it was in no Hyperborean tempest that we were called forth, but when the very sweetest airs of June were blowing.
Here the stars poise and smoulder close to the earth, and the moon is brighter than the sun of Hyperborean England.
This was the Hyperborean Phalarope,—a big name for so tiny a creature.
1590s, from Late Latin hyperboreanus, from Latin hyperboreus, from Greek hyperboreos "pertaining to the regions of the far north," from hyper (see hyper-) + Boreas (see Boreal). The Hyperboreans were an imagined Arctic people believed by the ancients to be distinguished by piety and happiness. Middle English had iperborie "the far north of the Earth" (mid-15c.).