Ethereal Definition

ĭ-thîrē-əl
adjective
Of or like the ether, or upper regions of space.
Webster's New World
Very light; airy; delicate.
Ethereal music.
Webster's New World
Not earthly; heavenly; celestial.
Webster's New World
Spiritual or otherworldly.
American Heritage
Of or relating to ether.
American Heritage
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Origin of Ethereal

  • From Latin aetherius (“of or pertaining to the ether, the sky, or the air or upper air; ethereal”), from Ancient Greek αἰθέριος (aitherios, “of or pertaining to the upper air; ethereal”).

    From Wiktionary

  • From Latin aetherius from Greek aitherios from aithēr upper air

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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