Definition of Auster in English:

Auster

noun

Roman Mythology poetic
literary
  • The south wind, frequently personified; (Roman Mythol.) the god of the south wind.

Origin

Old English. From classical Latin auster the south wind, the south, perhaps from the same Indo-European base as east.

Pronunciation

Auster

/ˈɔːstə//ˈɒstə/