Words nearby aeri-
WORDS THAT USE AERI-
What does aeri- mean?
Aeri– comes from Greek āḗr, meaning “air.”
What are variants of aeri-?
Examples of aeri-
An example of a scientific term that features the form aeri– is aeriform, “having the form or nature of air; gaseous.”
Aeri– means “air,” as we have already seen. The second part of the word, –form, means “having the form of,” from Latin –fōrmis. Aeriform literally translates to “having the form of air.”
What are some words that use the combining form aeri-?
What are some other forms that aeri– may be commonly confused with?
Not every word that begins with the exact letters aer– or aeri-, such as aerie, is necessarily using the combining form aer– to denote “air.” Learn why aerie means “bird’s nest” at our entry for the word.
How to use aeri- in a sentence
Ridiculum aeri Fortius et melius magnas quandoque fecat res.