Origin of aero
Definition for aero (2 of 3)
Origin of aero-
Definition for aero (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for aero
After a 2005 out-of-court settlement, Aero filed an ethics complaint against Herman with the Florida Bar.
The client, Aero Controls of Seattle, sued Herman and his law firm.
This was the supplementary manufacture of aero engines other than those which bore the proud appellation of "Liberty."America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
The place of the aero meet was deserted, and the hangars looked gloomy in the big expanse of open field.The Motor Boys After a Fortune|Clarence Young
Ive made it a business giving exhibitions at fairs and aero meets with this glider and with a dirigible balloon.Airship Andy|Frank V. Webster
Here the more enthusiastic of the members of the Aero Club set to work with aeroplanes.The War in the Air; Vol. 1|Walter Raleigh.
I hurried up to see him arrive, for I had not as yet seen him on his “aero.”The Lady of the Shroud|Bram Stoker
British Dictionary definitions for aero (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for aero (2 of 3)
the internet domain name for
British Dictionary definitions for aero (3 of 3)
aeri- or before a vowel aer-
Word Origin for aero-
Word Origin and History for aero
word-forming element meaning "air, atmosphere; aircraft; gasses," from Greek aero-, comb. form of aer (genitive aeros) "air, lower atmosphere" (see air (n.1)).