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aback so that the wind catches the front side of an open sail. [2 definitions]
aeolian harp a musical instrument consisting of an open box with gut strings stretched across it that produce rising and falling sounds when wind passes over them.
air movement of the atmosphere; breeze or wind. [1/8 definitions]
airing an exposure to air or wind, so as to refresh or dry. [1/3 definitions]
alee at or toward that side of a ship which is farthest from the source of wind.
althorn any of various brass wind instruments in the alto or tenor range, esp. the altosaxhorn; alto horn.
anabatic pertaining to wind currents that rise because of heat pockets and the like.
anemograph an instrument used to measure and record the speed of the wind.
anemometer an instrument that measures the speed and force of the wind.
anemophilous of plants, pollinated by wind-blown pollen.
baritone a large, deep-toned, valved brass wind instrument, used esp. in military or marching bands. [1/4 definitions]
bass horn an obsolete brass wind instrument resembling the tuba. [1/2 definitions]
Beaufort scale a scale that rates the force and speed of wind from 0, "calm," to 12 or more, "hurricane".
becalm to make (a sailing vessel) motionless from lack of wind.
bell the flared opening of a musical brass or wind instrument, where the sound emerges. [1/4 definitions]
belly to expand or cause to expand, as with wind. [1/5 definitions]
bitt to wind (a cable or line) around one or more bitts. [1/3 definitions]
blow2 to be in swift motion, as the air or wind. [2/14 definitions]
bluster to blow noisily and in gusts, as the wind. [1/5 definitions]
bone-dry (informal) dry as a bone after prolonged exposure to sun and wind; very dry or thirsty.
boreal of or pertaining to the north, esp. the wind from the north.