From Latin hypaethrus, from Ancient Greek ὕπαιθρος (hupaithros), from ὑπό (hupo) + αἰθήρ (aithēr, “air, ether”).
hypaethral (comparative more hypaethral, superlative most hypaethral)
- Open-air, outdoor, exposed to the sky.
- 1974, Guy Davenport, Tatlin!:
- There was a dignity in their hypaethral presence kin to summer’s first morning of taurine light in the pepper trees of Uruguay.