The Russian term "aerol it" matches the English term "aerolite"

other russian words that include "aerol" : english :
aerol it meteoric stone
aerol it meteorite
other russian words that include "it" : english :
azbuka, al fabit ABC
o, pribl izitel ‘no, primerno about
za granitsej abroad
schitat’, schët, opisanie account
zenitnaya artil l eriya ack ack
pokupat’, kupit’ acquire
akt, bitva, boj, bor’ba action
administratsiya, pravitel ‘stvo administration
bogotvorit’ adore
puskat’, pustit’ allow
azbuka, al fabit alphabet
ambitsiya ambition
ob`yavit’ amnistiyu, amnistiya amnesty
anal iticheskij analytic
anal iticheskij analytical
otvechat’, otvetit’ answer
antratsit anthracite
zenitnaya artil l eriya anti aircraft guns
appetit appetite
pribl izitel ‘no, primerno approximately
arbitr arbiter
arbitrazh arbitration
arbitr arbitrator
arkhitektor architect
arkhitekturnihj architectonic
arkhitekturnihj architectural
arkhitektura architecture
razbudit’ arouse
sprashivat’, sprosit’ ask
poseshchat’, posetit’ attend
auditoriya audience
auditoriya auditory
avtoritet authority
razbudit’ awaken
boevoj, bitva, boj, bor’ba battle
zhit’, prozhit’ be alive
bit’ beat
artachit’sya be obstinate
artachit’sya be stubborn
bl agosl ovl yat’, bl agosl ovit’ bless
buravit’, bor, bur, burav bore
kapitan boss
Vel ikobritaniya Britain
britanskij British
pokupat’, kupit’ buy
posetitel ‘ caller
poseshchat’, posetit’ call on
bit’, udarit’ catch
kapitan chief
Kitaj China
vkhodit’, vojti come into
nal ozhit’ arest na confiscate
artachit’sya confront
schitat’, smotret’, posmotret’ consider
stoit’ cost
schitat’, soschitat’ count
reshat’, reshit’ decide
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya descend
somnevat’sya, usomnit’sya doubt
buravit’ drill
pit’, vihpit’ drink
zhit’, pozhit’ dwell
azbuka, al fabit elements
bodrit’ encourage
vkhodit’, vojti enter
schitat’ esteem
nakhodit’, najti find
pribiht’, pribihvat’, brat’, vzyat’, pol uchat’, pol uchit’ get
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya get off
spuskat’sya, spustit’sya go down
vkhodit’, vojti go in
pravitel ‘stvo government
Vel ikobritaniya Great Britain
Gaiti Haiti
pol uchat’, pol uchit’ have
bezzashchitnihj, bespomoshchnihj helpless
bit’, udarit’ hit
bol ‘nitsa hospital
gostinitsa hotel
uchitel ‘ instructor
Ital iya Italy
ubivat’, ubit’ kill
nal ozhit’ arest na lay a distress upon
stavit’, postavit’ lay down
kapitan leader
puskat’, pustit’ leave
ostavl yat’, ostavit’ leave behind
puskat’, pustit’ let
l ozhit’sya, l ech’ lie down
ubivat’, ubit’ liquidate
g’itva Lithuania
zhit’, pozhit’, prozhit’ live
l yubit’, pol yubit’ love
khodit’, pokhodit’ march
aerol it meteoric stone
aerol it meteorite
khoroshij, appetitnihj nice
stranitsa page
ob`yavit’ amnistiyu pardon
pl atit’, zapl atit’ pay
vkhodit’, vojti, del at’, sdel at’ perform
artachit’sya persist
mesto, stavit’, postavit’ place
pokupat’, kupit’ purchase
stavit’, postavit’ put
stavit’, postavit’ put down
britva razor
chitat’, prochitat’ read
prinimat’, pol uchat’, pol uchit’ receive
arbitr referee
schitat’, smotret’, posmotret’ regard
puskat’, pustit’ release
otvechat’, otvetit’ reply
artachit’sya resist
otvechat’, otvetit’ respond
brodit’ roam
azbuka, al fabit rudiments
bit’, udarit’ run across
govorit’, skazat’ say
bitva, boj, bor’ba scuffle
videt’, uvidet’, poseshchat’, posetit’ see
nal ozhit’ arest na seize
brit’ shave
sadit’sya, sest’ sit down
ubivat’, ubit’ slay
govorit’, pogovorit’ speak
l estnitsa staircase
l estnitsa stairs
artachit’sya stand up to
bit’, udarit’ strike
borot’sya, bitva, boj, bor’ba struggle
schitat’ take into account
pokupat’, kupit’ take over
govorit’, pogovorit’ talk
appetitnihj tasty
uchitel ‘ teacher
govorit’, skazat’, prikazihvat’, prikazat’ tell
perevodit’, perevesti translate
arbitr umpire
bezrabotitsa unemployment
universitet university
poseshchat’, posetit’, poseshchenie visit
posetitel ‘ visitor
ofitsiantka waitress
razbudit’, prosihpat’sya wake
razbudit’, prosihpat’sya wake up
khodit’, pokhodit’ walk
brodit’ wander
buchit’ wash
artachit’sya withstand
bogotvorit’ worship


Even in Space
It is the most widely adopted language in Eurasia. Chinese beats out Russian with the sheer numbers of speakers it has. But Russia has the widest geographical reach. Russian is such an important language that during the Space Race, learning the language became part of Astronaut training. This is still true today as Russian is a language of the International Space Station.
Starts with A
Russian does not have a lot of words that start with “A.” It’s been almost a rule going back to early times. Most native Russian words don’t start with A. There are a few exceptions like “alphabet” and “perhaps.” But other than that, if you see a Russian word that starts with “A,” the chances are that it’s a foreign word imported into the language.