adjective Ete·sian \i-ˈtē-zhən\

Definition of ETESIAN

:  recurring annually —used of summer winds that blow over the Mediterranean
Etesian noun

Origin of ETESIAN

Latin etesius, from Greek etēsios, from etos year — more at wether
First Known Use: 1601


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