pneumo-

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From Ancient Greek πνεύμων (pneúmōn).

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pneumo-

  1. Relating to the lungs.

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  • “Pneumo-” listed on page 1,033 of volume 7 (O–P) of A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles [1ˢᵗ Ed.; 1909]
      Pneumo- (pniūmo-, niū-), combining form and verbal element, a. Gr. πνεῦμα wind, spirit, etc. (see Pneuma), = the fuller form Pneumato- (cf. Gr. αἱμο- = αἱματο-, etc.), in various scientific terms. b. Short for pneumono-, f. Gr. πνεύμων, -μον-, lung; chiefly in terms of pathology, most of which occur also in the fuller form Pneumono-.
  • pneumo-” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [2ⁿᵈ Ed.; 1989]
      /pnjuːməʊ-, njuː-/
  • pneumo-, comb. form” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [draft revision; Mar. 2010]
      Apparently partly from Hellenistic and Byzantine Greek πνευμο-, rare combining form of both ancient Greek πνεῦμα and πνεύμων[.]

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pneumo-

  1. pneumo-

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pneumo-

  1. pneumo-

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  1. pneumo-

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  1. pneumo-

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Polish[edit]

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  1. pneumo-

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  • pneumo- in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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pneumo-

  1. pneumo-

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pneumo-

  1. pneumo-

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