ethero-, ether-, aethero-, aether-, aither-

(Greek > Latin: burn, shine, to kindle; light up; the heavens; the upper air, the sky)

etherical (adjective), more etherical, most etherical
etherification (s) (noun), etherifications (pl)
etheriform (adjective), more etheriform, most etheriform
etherify (verb), etherifies; etherified; etherifing
etherization (s) (noun), etherizations (pl)
etherize (verb), etherizes; etherized; etherizing
etheromania (s) (noun), etheromanias (pl)
A morbid addiction to the consumption of ether or other inhalants.
etheromaniac (s) (noun), etheromaniacs (pl)
Someone who is addicted to the use of ether as a drug.
etherous (adjective), more etherous, most etherous
etherphone, aetherphone (s) (noun); etherphones, aetherphones (pl)
A purely melodic instrument of the electronic family typically played by moving the right hand between two projecting electrodes with the left hand controlling dynamics and articulation; also known as a theremin.

Etymologically related "light, shine, glow" word families: fulg-; luco-; lumen-, lum-; luna, luni-; lustr-; phengo-; pheno-; phospho-; photo-; scinti-, scintill-; splendo-.

Cross references of word groups that are related, directly, indirectly, or partly to: "fire, burn, glow, or ashes": ars-, ard-; -bust; cand-, cend-; caust-, caut-; crema-; ciner-; flagr-; flam-; focus, foci-; fulg-; gehenna-; ign-; phleg-; phlog-; pyreto-, -pyrexia; pyr-; spod- (ashes; waste); volcan-.