Auster

[ aw-ster ]
/ ˈɔ stər /
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noun Literary.

the south wind personified.

Origin of Auster

1325–75; Middle English < Latin

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Auster

/ (ˈɔːstə) /

noun

poetic the south wind

Word Origin for Auster

C14: Latin

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Word Origin and History for auster

auster

n.

"south wind," late 14c., from Latin auster "the south wind; the south country" (see Australia).

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