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aether

[ ee-ther ]
/ ˈi θər /
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noun

Eather, the ancient Greek personification of the clear upper air of the sky.

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OTHER WORDS FROM aether

ae·the·re·al [ih-theer-ee-uhl], /ɪˈθɪər i əl/, ae·ther·ic [ih-ther-ik], /ɪˈθɛr ɪk/, adjective
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aether
/ (ˈiːθə) /

noun

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