aeolo-, aeol- (Latin: air, wind; rapid, quick).The combining form aeolo- is used to denote musical-wind instruments; however, it also refers to "air" or "wind". This element comes from Aeolus; "the god of winds" in Greek and Latin mythology, with the literal Greek meaning of "rapid, quick".
Erosion of a land surface by wind-blown sand and dust.
Pertaining to the action or effect of the wind.
aeolian deposit, eolian deposit:
Wind-borne soil deposit.