Typhonomachy

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Τῡφωνομᾰχία (Tūphōnomakhía), from Τῡφῶν (Tūphôn) + μάχη (mákhē, battle, fight).

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Typhonomachy

  1. (Greek mythology) The battle between Zeus and the fearsome monster Typhon

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