Notus

Notus

[noh-tuhs]
noun
the ancient Greek personification of the south wind.

Origin:
< Latin < Greek Nótos, special use of nótos the south

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Notus (ˈnəʊtəs)
 
n
classical myth a personification of the south or southwest wind

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