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 Hæmony.Hafed. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Hæmos.
 
A range of mountains separating Thrace and Mœ’sia, called by the classic writers Cold Hœmos. (Greek, cheimon, winter; Latin, hiems; Sanskrit, hima.)   1
       
“O’er high Pier’ia thence her course she bore,
O’er fair Emath’ia’s ever-pleasing shore;
O’er Hæmus hills with snows eternal crown’d,
Nor once her flying foot approached the ground”
       
Pope: Homer’s Iliad, xiv.
 


 Hæmony.Hafed. 

 
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