A river within the Nether World or infernal areas in addition the infernal areas on their own By a number of the English poets it had been supposed to be a flaming lake or gulf
- (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead had been held by Charon
- A river when you look at the Nether World or infernal regions; in addition, the infernal regions on their own. By a few of the English poets it absolutely was allowed to be a flaming pond or gulf.
River of sorrow and woe.
Name Origin: Greek
Name Gender: Male
1580s, fabled lake of the Lower World in Greek mythology. The name possibly implies "marsh-like" (compare Greek akherousai "marshlike water"); the derivation from Greek akhos "woe" is considered folk etymology.
(n.) A river in the Nether World or infernal regions; additionally, the infernal areas on their own. By some of the English poets it had been supposed to be a flaming pond or gulf.
For my panacea, instead of one of those quack vials of a mixture dipped from Acheron and the Dead Sea, which come out of those long shallow black-schooner looking wagons which we sometimes see made to carry bottles, let me have a draught of undiluted morning air.