aéroplane

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See also: aeroplane and aëroplane

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Term coined in 1855 by Joseph Pline from Ancient Greek ἀερόπλανος(aeróplanos, wandering in air), from ἀήρ(aḗr, air) + πλάνος(plános, wandering).

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Noun[edit]

aéroplane m ‎(plural aéroplanes)

  1. aeroplane

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