Hyperion (n.)
[pron: hiy'peerion] Greek god, son of Uranus and Gaia, who fathered the Sun, Moon, and Dawn; often, the Sun itself, with a horse-drawn chariot
H5 IV.i.268[King Henry alone, of a wretched slave] next day after dawn / Doth rise and help Hyperion to his horse
Ham I.ii.140[Hamlet alone, of his father and Claudius] So excellent a king, that was to this / Hyperion to a satyr
Ham III.iv.57[Hamlet to Queen, of his father's picture] Hyperion's curls, the front of Jove himself
TC II.iii.195[Ulysses to all] add more coals to Cancer when he burns / With entertaining great Hyperion
Tim IV.iii.185[Timon alone] Hyperion's quickening fire
Tit V.ii.56[Titus to Tamora] Hyperion's rising in the east
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