Aeolus

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Ae·o·lus

 (ē′ə-ləs)
n.
1. Greek Mythology The god of the winds.
2. A king of Thessaly and ancestor of the Aeolians.

[Latin, from Greek Aiolos, from aiolos, quick, changeable.]
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Aeolus

(ˈiːələs; iːˈəʊləs)
n
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) the god of the winds
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) the founding king of the Aeolians in Thessaly
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Ae•o•lus

art at aeromagnetic
(ˈi ə ləs)

n.
the ancient Greek god of the winds.
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Aeolus

[ˈiːələs] nEolo
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