aerogenerator etymology

English word aerogenerator comes from English generator, English aero- (Air or aircraft.)

Detailed word origin of aerogenerator

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
generator English (eng) (chemistry) An apparatus in which vapour or gas is formed from a liquid or solid by means of heat or chemical process, as a steam boiler, gas retort etc.. (geometry) One of the lines of a ruled surface; more generally, an element of some family of linear spaces.. (mathematics) An element of a group that is used in the presentation of the group: one of the elements from which the others can [...]
aero- English (eng) Air or aircraft.
aerogenerator English (eng) A generator powered by wind.

Words with the same origin as aerogenerator

Descendants of generator
Descendants of aero-
aeradio aeroatelectasis aerobatic aerobiosis aerobrake aerodrome aerodynamics aerogen aerograph aerogun aeromancy aeronautical aeropause aerophore aerosiderite aerosiderolite aerosol aerospace aerotherapeutic aerotherapy aerothermal aerotowing aerotropism aerovane