Thursday , 20 June 2024

Eyrie meaning or Aerie meaning

Noun: eyrie

Pronunciation: (i-u-ree)

Eyrie meaning: Large nest of a bird of prey (example:- eagle or hawk or vulture ) on a cliff.

Synonyms : aerie, eyry, aery

Origin : Medieval Latin

eyrie or aerie and eyrie meaning

Quotations: J.R.R.Tolkien – “Farewell,” they cried, “Wherever you fare till your eyries receive you at the journey’s end!” That is the polite thing to say among eagles.

“May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks,”answered Gandalf, who knew the correct reply.”

in the heavens, a house from which it had knocked off the roof, and in the interior of which we distinctly saw human beings, who, beyond doubt, were in a state of frightful despair at the horrible fate which awaited them.

  • They climbed out of the smelting town and the eyrie houses there were perched insecurely on landscape.
  • From my aerie I have waved my hand to my girlfriend.
  • That aerie up there on the cliff if invisible from the valley below and the road above.
  • I have found my eyrie like an eagle said the king.
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