Aeolian

From Glossary of Meteorology



aeolian

(Also spelled eolian.) Pertaining to the action or the effect of the wind, as in aeolian sounds or aeolian deposits (of dust); derived from the name of the Greek god of the winds, Aeolus, whose harp was held responsible for the murmur of the gentle breezes and whose conch-shell trumpet was regarded as the source of the gale's howl.