Definitions for "aerial"
Of or pertaining to the air, or atmosphere; inhabiting or frequenting the air; produced by or found in the air; performed in the air; as, aërial regions or currents; the aërial maneuvers of a fighter plane.
Consisting of air; resembling, or partaking of the nature of air. Hence: Unsubstantial; unreal.
Rising aloft in air; high; lofty; as, aërial spires.
Keywords:  tuner, radio, antenna, transmitter, rod
a metallic wire, rod, or combination of rods connected to an electronic device, designed to send or receive radio or television signals.
Cable or rod used to send and receive radio signals (connected to transmitter and receiver or tuner).
An aerial (or antenna) is a device for radiating and receiving electromagnetic waves in the radio frequency (RF) range.
Kate Bush's eighth studio album, Aerial, is a two-disc set released on November 7, 2005. It is her first new album since 1993. Musicians contributing to the album include former Procol Harum keyboardist Gary Brooker, drummer Steve Sanger, long-time Kate Bush collaborator Michael Kamen, Brazilian percussionist Bosco D'Oliveira, and Rolf Harris.
Refers to aerial photographs - photographs taken from a plane or helicopter.
A map that uses photographs taken in a plane to show what an area looks like
A shot taken from an aircraft, usually a plane or helicopter.
Keywords:  bromileads, swamps
Aerial Swamps (bromileads)
Keywords:  botany
insectivore Birds that forage for flying insects.
Pertaining to flying. Bats are the only truly aerial mammals.
Keywords:  trick, surfing, travels, wave, lip
A trick where the board takes off from the lip of a wave and after travelling lands back on the face of the wave and continuing.
a surfing trick in which the board takes off from the lip of a wave, travels back and lands on the wave to continue on.
Keywords:  downfield, passer, pass, receiver
a pass to a receiver downfield from the passer.
Fibrous, adventitious roots, frequently with an adhesive disk; a crampon.
Aerial magazine is an influential poetry magazine edited by Buck Downs and based in Washington, D.C. that began publication in 1989. The magazine is associated with Edge Books, which began publication in 1989.
AGE: of a person, building, group, movement, when the age is important. AGREEMENT: use when an agreement is announced. AGRICULTURE: general stories on farming, growing/producing. AID: government aid to states, cities or foreign countries; CHARITY is used for private giving
Growing in a habitat above the ground or water
Refers to any plant part that is above water in aquatic plants or terrestrial plant parts found above ground.
a move in which one dancer is lifted with the assistance of his/her partner and the head and torso is in a position higher than the waist of the supporting partner
operating or operated overhead especially on elevated cables.