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πνευμα^τ-ικός , ή, όν,
A.of wind or air,κινήσειςArist.Pr.916b4; “βία π.Id.HA586a17; “φύσειςEpicur. Ep.2p.39U.; “ἀέρος ψυχρότηςThphr.CP4.12.5; π. [ὄργανον] a machine moved by wind, Vitr.10.1.1; “μηχάνημαGal.Anim.Pass.2.3.
2. of the nature of wind or air,τὰ π.Arist.Mete.380a23; π. ξηρότης, i. e. a dry vapour, Plu.Alex.35.
b. of subtle substance,τὸ π.Str.1.3.5; οὐσία, opp. ὑγρά, Ph.1.15, cf. Cleom.1.8, Gal.7.596.
3. inflated, distended with air,ὑστέραιArist.HA584b22.
4. Act. (= “πνευματώδης1.3), causing flatulence,οἶνοςId.Pr.955a35; “βρώματαNicom.Com.1.31, cf. Diph.Siph. ap. Ath.3.73a (Sup.), Plu.2.286e, Sor.1.52. Adv. “-κῶςby flatulence, Archig. ap. Gal.12.537.
5. breathing, exhaling,εὐοσμίαThphr.CP6.16.3.
II. of the breath or breathing, τὸ π. μόριον, π. τόπος, Arist.GA781a31, Pr.962a11.
III. of spirit, spiritual, interpol. in Plu.2.129c; opp. σαρκικός, ψυχικός, Ep.Rom.15.27, 1 Ep.Cor.2.13, etc. Adv. -κῶς ib.14.
IV. οἱ Π. a school of physicians who referred all questions of health to pneumatic agencies, Gal.8.749, 15.111.
V. conveying πνεῦμα, κοιλία, of the left ventricle of the heart (opp. αἱματική), Erasistr. ap. eund.UP6.12, cf. Placit.4.5.7.
VI. Rhet., Adv. -κῶς in one breath (cf. πνεῦμα VI), “ἀποτείνεσθαιHermog. Inv.4.1.
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    • New Testament, Romans, 15.27
    • New Testament, 1 Corinthians, 14
    • Strabo, Geography, 1.3.5
    • New Testament, 1 Corinthians, 2.13
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