aerovane

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noun aero·vane \ˈer-ō-ˌvān\

Definition of aerovane

plural

aerovanes

  1. :  a weather vane that is equipped with a propeller and is used to measure both wind speed and direction Today, aerovanes often combine the duties of anemometers and weather vanes. — Kris Hirschmann, Forecasting!, 2008

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Origin and Etymology of aerovane

aero- + vane


First Known Use: 1950


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