(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

adynamic (adjective), more adynamic, most adynamic
A reference to the lack of strength or vigor: Marty had an adynamic condition that reflected his absence of physical strength usually because of the illness he had experienced.
1. The performance of stunts while in flying in an aircraft.
2. Spectacular flying feats and maneuvers; such as, rolls and dives with an airplane.
1. Living in air; or occurring in the presence of oxygen or requiring oxygen to live.

In aerobic respiration, which is the process used by the cells of most organisms, the production of energy from glucose metabolism requires the presence of oxygen.

2. Relating to an aerobe; also aerophilic, aerophilous.
3. Growing or occurring only in the presence of molecular oxygen.
4. Speeding up respiration by increasing respiration and heart rates usually with exercises; such as, utilizing the principles of aerobics; including, aerobic exercises or aerobic dances.
1. An active exercise program done; for example, with music, often in a class.
2. A system of physical conditioning to enhance circulatory and respiratory efficiency that involves vigorous, sustained exercise; such as, jogging, swimming, or cycling; thereby improving the body's use of oxygen.
A reference to or characterized by aerobiosis; aerobic.
Descriptive of a ground or field; especially, one equipped with housing and other facilities, used for flying purposes.
Designed to reduce or minimize the drag caused by air as an object moves through it or by wind that strikes and flows around an object.

The wings and bodies of airplanes have an aerodynamic shape.

1. Of or pertaining to hydrometry (determination of a fluid's specific gravity).
2. Relating to a hydrometer (a meter used to determine a fluid's specific grvity).
Characterized by swallowing air.
aerophilic (adjective), more aerophilic, most aerophilic
Requiring air for proper growth; aerobic.
aerostatic (adjective), more aerostatic, most aerostatic
1. Relating to gases or resembling air; pneumatic: Such aerostatic gases, or compressed gasses, are used to propel an aircraft even under changing atmospheric flight conditions.
2. Pertaining to an aircraft, especially a dirigible: An aerostatic balloon derives its lift from the buoyancy of surrounding air rather than from the motion in the air:
aesthesic, esthesic (adjective); more aesthesic, more esthesic; most aesthesic, most esthesic
A reference to the mental perception of sensations: Harriet's aesthetic responses to stimulation were dulled by the pharmacological procedure that was used to allow the surgeon to perform the tonsillectomy or the surgical removal of each tonsil.
No fever or without a fever.