eolian definition

  • adjective:
    • concerning, brought on by, or carried because of the wind.
    • alternate spelling of aeolian.
    • Æolian.
    • Formed, or deposited, by the activity of wind, as dunes.
    • concerning, due to, or carried by the wind.
    • Alternative spelling of aeolian.
    • Æolian.
    • Formed, or deposited, by the action of wind, as dunes.
    • Relating to, brought on by, or held by the wind.
    • alternate spelling of aeolian.
    • Æolian.
    • Formed, or deposited, because of the activity of wind, as dunes.
  • noun:
    • See Æolian, Æolic.
    • an associate of just one of four linguistic divisions regarding the primitive Greeks
    • See Æolian, Æolic.
    • an associate of one of four linguistic divisions associated with the primitive Greeks
    • See Æolian, Æolic.
    • a member of 1 of four linguistic divisions of prehistoric Greeks

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