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aery

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or aër·y

[ air-ee, ey-uh-ree ]
/ ˈɛər i, ˈeɪ ə ri /
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adjective, aer·i·er, aer·i·est.
ethereal; aerial.
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Origin of aery

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1580–90; <Latin āerius<Greek āérios, equivalent to āer-aer- + -ios adj. suffix

OTHER WORDS FROM aery

aer·i·ly, adverb

Other definitions for aery (2 of 2)

aery2
[ air-ee, eer-ee ]
/ ˈɛər i, ˈɪər i /

noun, plural aer·ies.
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British Dictionary definitions for aery (1 of 2)

aery1
/ (ˈɛərɪ, ˈeɪərɪ) /

adjective poetic
a variant spelling of airy
lofty, insubstantial, or visionary

Word Origin for aery

C16: via Latin from Greek aērios, from aēr air

British Dictionary definitions for aery (2 of 2)

aery2
/ (ˈɛərɪ, ˈɪərɪ) /

noun plural aeries
a variant spelling of eyrie
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