anemo-, anem- +

(Greek: air, wind)

Air travel is wonderful. It allows you to pass motorists at a safe distance.

—E.C. McKenzie
anemophobic (adjective), more anemophobic, most anemophobic
Descriptive of someone who has an abnormal dread, or fear, of drafts or winds: Greg, being anemophobic, avoided going outside at all and kept all the windows and doors of his house closed because he couldn't stand any air currents, gusts of air, breezes, or draughts.
Morbid or irrational fear of drafts or of the wind.
1. A plant occurring in windswept situations.
2. A plant which is fertilized by wind-blown pollen.
anemoplankton (noun) (singular and plural)
Wind borne organisms that float in the wind.
An instrument used to detect and to measure the direction of slow-moving air currents or wind directions.
anemosis, "wind shake"
1. A condition in which the annual layers of certain trees are separated from one another, frequently attributed to the effects of strong winds on the trunk, although some believe the conditions results from exposure to frost or lightning.
2. A condition in the wood of some trees in which the rings are separated, as some suppose, by the action of high winds upon the trunks of those trees.
A directed reaction of a motile organism towards (positive) or away from (negative) wind or air currents.
An orientation or movement of a free-living organism in response to wind or air currents.
A reference to the orientation response of something to an air current.
The movement of an organism away from or toward air currents or wind.
An instrument that serves as both an anemometer and a wind vane best known for being used in the Canadian Meteorological Service.
Thriving in water and wind; a reference to plants that discharge air-borne spores after getting wet and producing structures.
1. An apparatus for measuring the air passing through the nose during respiration.
2. A variation of the pneumotachometer, used for measuring nasal air flow and nasal resistance to air flow.

Cross references of word groups that are related, directly or indirectly, to: "air, wind": aello-; aeolo-; aero-; atmo-; austro-; flat-, flatu-; phys-; pneo-, -pnea; pneumato-; turb-; vent-; zephyro-.