87 definitions by Athene Airheart

A military pilot who flies fighter aircraft.

Can be: a wild individual who isn't afraid to take risks and usually can put away a wide variety of potables.

A fun guy to have at a party.
Some of the best fighter pilots around are Marine fighter pilots.
by Athene Airheart March 21, 2004
Any device that flies. An airplane is an example of an aircraft, as are helicopters, dirigibles, gliders and balloons.

Every aircraft needs an aviator or pilot to fly it.
"That Cessna is one fine looking hunk of aircraft!"
by Athene Airheart March 20, 2004
One way to solve a problem.

A person will try something, get it wrong, learn from the mistakes, try again, and hopefully eventually get it right.

Many great ideas and inventions were devised through the process of trial and error.
Through trial and error, I finally figured out how to fix that sticky door handle.
by Athene Airheart May 15, 2004
Airports are places where various aircraft take off and land from. There are big, busy airports, like O'Hare International, and there are small, quiet airports like where I am writing from, Olympia Regional.

Many airports have flight schools where you can learn to fly an airplane or a helicopter. Smaller airports have plenty of airport bums and ramp rats, which is a good thing since flying is fun to watch.

Sometimes airports will have museums, restaurants, and other fun activities.
I am happy because I found a job at the airport, renting out planes and answering phones.


Let's go to the airport and get a plane ride!
by Athene Airheart May 01, 2004
A test tube baby was conceived by artificial means, by introducing the sperm and egg to each other outside the body. The zygote is then implanted into the future mother's womb.

Test tube babies are NOT born in test tubes. Not yet, anyway.
Jill had a very hard time getting pregnant, so she decided to try having a test tube baby.
by Athene Airheart March 21, 2004
Pilot's jargon for a practice landing. You land the plane long enough to roll the wheels on the runway, then apply full power and take off again. Used to practice many landings in a short time.
"I did 8 touch-and-goes today, and boy was that crosswind rough! Any coffee around here?"
by Athene Airheart March 19, 2004
A really great aircraft!

Also known as a Corsair, this was one of the best fighter planes of World War II.
Man do I love flying that fine corsair of mine...
by Athene Airheart March 19, 2004

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