The perceptible natural movement of the air, especially in the form of a current of air blowing from a particular direction
Move in or take a twisting or spiral course
Have the ability to make someone do whatever one wants
Sound (a bugle or call) by blowing
the trees were swaying in the wind
this road winds dangerously
Arrive or end up in a specified state, situation, or place
A wind blowing at right angles to the keel, so as to hit the side of a vessel.
A hot dry northerly wind blowing from the interior to coastal districts
A wind blowing from the east.
A wind blowing against or into the face.
A wind blowing towards one's home or country.
A hot, dry wind that blows periodically from the interior in the summer
A wind blowing seaward from the land. Now Newfoundland.
A cold dry wind which blows from the Cordilleras across the puna.
A wind carrying grains of red sand along with it.
A wind blowing predominantly from one side
A wind blowing from the west.
In all directions
(Of a mechanism, especially one operated by clockwork) gradually lose power
A group of musicians playing mainly woodwind instruments
An area of land with a group of energy-producing windmills or wind turbines
A valley cut through a ridge by erosion by a river that no longer follows a course through the valley
Another term for aeolian harp.
The force on a structure arising from the impact of wind on it
Damage to the roots of young plants, caused by the movement of the stem in the wind
A diagram showing the relative frequency of wind directions at a place
Release gas from the anus
Another term for COPD in horses.
= ether drift.
A gentle breeze.
A camera winding mechanism driven by a motor
A wind that blows during the night.
A wind blowing from the north.
A wind of lesser strength than a gale; (more generally) a squall.
A person’s ability to breathe freely during exercise, after having been out of breath
The continuous flow of charged particles from the sun that permeates the solar system
A wind blowing from the south.
A wind blowing steadily toward the equator from the northeast in the northern hemisphere or the southeast in the southern hemisphere, especially at sea. Two belts of trade winds encircle the earth, blowing from the tropical high-pressure belts to the low-pressure zone at the equator
Against a wind on either bow
A decorative arrangement of small pieces of glass, metal, or shell suspended from a frame, typically hung near a door or window so as make a tinkling sound in the breeze
Electrical energy obtained from harnessing the wind with windmills or wind turbines
Power obtained by harnessing the energy of the wind
Variation in wind velocity occurring along a direction at right angles to the wind’s direction and tending to exert a turning force
The rate at which air is moving in a particular area
A form of exercise consisting of repeated alternation between a walk or slow run and a faster run
A tunnel-like apparatus for producing an airstream of known velocity past models of aircraft, buildings, etc., in order to investigate flow or the effect of wind on the full-size object
The wind as it is experienced on board a moving sailing vessel, as a result of the combined effects of the true wind and the boat’s speed
Another term for meltemi.