Related formsae·the·re·al [ih-theer-ee-uh l] /ɪˈθɪər i əl/, ae·ther·ic [ih-ther-ik] /ɪˈθɛr ɪk/, adjective
Definition for aether (2 of 2)
Origin of ether
Related formse·ther·ic [ih-ther-ik, ih-theer-] /ɪˈθɛr ɪk, ɪˈθɪər-/, adjectivesu·per·e·ther, noun
Can be confusedeither ether
Examples from the Web for aether
Aether and Ar were separated from each other by divinities called Nephelae.Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome|E.M. Berens
This was not the first conception of the aether, but it is that forced upon us by a more complete knowledge of its phenomena.Fragments of science, V. 1-2|John Tyndall
So that the most recent researches into electricity confirm and establish the atomicity of the Aether.
It has already been pointed out that Newton endeavoured to account for Gravitation by the pressure of the Aether.
And that the soul is a something tom off from the aether, both warm and cold, from its partaking of the cold aether.A History of Science, Volume 1(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams