1. Moving air, especially a natural and perceptible movement of air parallel to or along the ground. 2. To wrap something around a center or another object once or repeatedly. 3. To turn in a series of circular motions. 4. An Asian medicine term for any disease-causing entity that has sudden appearance and movement. Also refers to the abnormal movement of energy within the body. Wind causes movement (or sometimes the lack of it), with symptoms of spasms, twitches, dizziness, spasms, rigidity of the muscles, deviations of the eye and mouth, stiff or rigid neck and shoulders, tremors, convulsions, vertigo, and sudden onset of colds, chills, fever, stuffy noses, and headache.