Cybébe

CYBÉBE, es, Gr. Κυβήβη, ης, ist so viel, als Cybele, welche solchen Namen von κυβήβω, ich gerathe in Wuth, hat, weil sie die Menschen rasend machte. Festus ap. Voss. Theol. gent. lib. II. c. 52. & Vrsinus ad Virg. Aen. X. v. 220. Bor. cap. 54.


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