Æ*ol"ic (E*ol"ik), a. [L. Aeolicus; Gr. A'ioliko`s.]

Æolian, 1; as, the Æolic dialect; the Æolic mode.


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Æ*ol"ic, a. [L. Aeolus, Gr. &?;, name of the god of the winds.] (Phys. Geog.)

Pertaining to, caused by, or designating, the action of the wind in modifying the earth's surface; as, æolic erosion; æolic sand. [Written also eolic.]


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