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- air, gas
From πνεῠμᾰτ- (pneumat-), the stem of the Ancient Greek πνεῦμᾰ (pneuma, "air”, “wind”, “breath”, “spirit"); compare the English pneuma and pne-, as well as the French, German, and post-Classical Latin pneumato- ⁽ᶠʳ⁾ ⁽ᵈᵉ⁾ ⁽ˡᵃ⁾. (Wiktionary)
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