Aeolus definition

  • noun:
    • Greek Mythology The god regarding the winds.
    • A king of Thessaly and ancestor of the Aeolians.
    • The god for the winds, in ancient mythology.
    • In classical mythology, the god and ruler associated with winds, which at his will he set free or retained prisoners in a hollow hill.
    • An apparatus for renewing the atmosphere in spaces.
    • A genus of coleopterous pests.
    • god of the winds in ancient mythology
  • proper-noun:
    • The name of some figures in Greek mythology, such as the creator regarding the Aeolian competition, and a god with power over wind.

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