Origin of etesianClassical Latin etesius from Classical Greek et?sios from etos, year from Indo-European base an unverified form wet- from source Classical Latin vetus, old, Gothic withrus, yearling lamb
Origin of etesianFrom Latin etēsius from Greek etēsios from etos year ; see wet-2 in Indo-European roots.
- Pertaining to a dry north wind which blows in the eastern Mediterranean.
- A dry north wind which blows in the eastern Mediterranean.
From Latin etesius (“annual”), from Ancient Greek ἐτήσιος (etēsios, “annual”), from ἔτος (etos, “year”).