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Oxford dictionary definition of the word aerial:
1British a rod, wire, or other structure by which signals are transmitted or received as part of a radio or television transmission or receiving system.
2 (aerials) a type of freestyle skiing in which the skier jumps from a ramp and carries out manoeuvres in the air.
existing, happening, or operating in the air:
an aerial battle
an intrepid aerial adventurer
coming or carried out from the air, especially using aircraft:
aerial bombardment of civilian targets
(of a part of a plant) growing above ground:
a huge banyan tree whose aerial roots hung back down to the ground
(of a bird) spending much of its time in flight:
the more aerial and terrestrial birds are less dependent on a strictly aquatic habitat
of or in the atmosphere; atmospheric.
late 16th century (in the sense ‘thin as air, imaginary’): via Latin aerius from Greek aerios (from aēr ‘air’) + -al
Aerial is one of a group of words based on Greek aēr ‘air’ and therefore spelled aer-. Other words that begin with aer- include aerobic, aeroplane, and aerosol.