Ancient english writing for "airy" but also means very high or aerial.
In Turkish it means "different".
From Shakespeare's "HAMLET":
"Truely, and I hold Ambition of so ayry and light a quality, that it is but a shadowes shadow..."
From Arnoldus de Nova Villa's alchemy treatise dated 1415:
"...and a finite Spirit, for in the world there is no other spirit to this art, and it is of an Ayry nature, which is a sign of perfection, and that it is not in Salt or Allum..."