-pnœa

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Representing -πνοια (-pnoia), the common terminal element of the Ancient Greek ἄπνοια (ápnoia, apnœa), δύσπνοια (dúspnoia, dyspnœa), εὔπνοια (eúpnoia, eupnœa), ὀρθόπνοια (orthópnoia, orthopnœa), etc., from πνέω (pnéō, I blow) and πνοή (pnoḗ, breath, breathing).

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-pnœa

  1. (physiology) breathing, respiration

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