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Nov 11, 2017

There are words that are derived from "aer(o)", but "aer(o)" is normally used as a prefix as in aerodynamics.

Another word with the suffix "the r m(o)" would be isotherm.


"aer(o)" relates to air.
Scientific words that are derived from "aer(o)" are aerify (to turn into a vapor) and aerate (to expose to air or a gas).

There are more "aer(o)" words here:

"the r m(o)" relates to temperature.
An isotherm is a line drawn on a weather chart or map through regions sharing equal temperatures at the time.
There are more meanings of isotherm described here: