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Etymology 1Edit

From Ancient Greek αἰόλος (aiólos, changeful, lively).

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aeolo-

  1. In continuous change.
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin Aeolian “related to Aeolus” or “of or from the Aeolian Islands”, ultimately from Ancient Greek Αἴολος (Aíolos), a god of the winds.

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aeolo-

  1. (rare, now mainly historical) Used to form the names of musical instruments that use a vibrating reed.
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