πνέω

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From Proto-Indo-European *pnew-. Cognates include Old English fnēosan (English sneeze).

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πνέω (pnéō)

  1. I blow
  2. to breathe
    1. (with accusative) I breathe out
    2. breathe in, smell
  3. (of perceptible breathing)
  4. I breathe, live
  5. (figuratively, with cognate accusative) I breathe forth
    1. I speak

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek πνέω (pnéō)

Verb[edit]

πνέω (pnéo) simple past: έπνευσα (épnefsa)

  1. blow

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