Zephyr (noun)

A light, gentle breeze; a soft wind.

Origin:

From middle english zephir, from old english zefir, from latin zephyrus, from ancient greek ζέφυρος (zéphuros), the name of the greek god of the west wind.

Examples:

  1. The zephyr blew through the trees, rustling the leaves.
  2. A zephyr cooled the air as the sun set.
  3. The zephyr carried the scent of blooming flowers.
  4. The zephyr was blowing gently.
  5. The zephyr was blowing through the sails and the ship was moving smoothly.
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