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εὔ-πνοος , ον, contr. εὔ-πνους , ουν, Ep. ἐΰπνοος , (πνέω)
A.breathing well or freely, Hp.Prog.15, Epid.4.26 (Comp.), Max.Tyr. 30.6 (v.l. ἄϋπνος).
2. causal, making one breathe freely, relieving oppression of the breath, “λουτρόνHp.Acut.66.
3. sweet-smelling, “λείριαMosch.2.32; “ῥόδονIG14.2040.3.
II. affording a free passage to the air, “μυκτῆρεςX.Eq.1.10 (Comp.); [περὶ τὴν κεφαλὴν] τόπος εὔ. Arist.PA653b2, cf. 673b23 (Sup.); “κάλαμοιLongus 2.35; “νεφέλαι εὔ. αὔραιςOrph.H.21.6.
III. good to breathe, fresh and pure, of the air, Thphr.CP1.13.8, Str.3.2.13: Comp. εὐπνοώτερος X.l.c., Hp. Epid.4.26; also εὐπνούστερος ib.7.39, Arist.Pr.960b22, Gal.5.911: Sup. -ούστατος Arist.PA673b23.
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    • Plato, Phaedrus, 230c
    • Strabo, Geography, 3.2.13
    • Xenophon, On the Art of Horsemanship, 1.10
    • Hippocrates, Prognosticon, 15
    • Longus, Daphnis & Chloe, 2.35
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