How to Pronounce anem?

Correct pronunciation for the word "anem" is [ɐnˈɛm], [ɐnˈɛm], [ɐ_n_ˈɛ_m].

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"Anem" in context

Anem is the Greek word for wind or air. It is a physical phenomenon that has affected civilizations for centuries and continues to have a significant impact on how people interact, travel, and live in the world today. In ancient Greek mythology, Anem is the personification of the wind and was often associated with Zeus, the great god of all ordered things and the ruler of the sky.

An important role in both scientific and traditional understanding of the wind is its ability to move objects - both people and materials - from one place to another. Ancient sailing ships relied on wind-generated wind to travel away from shores and across vast oceans.

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