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πνευμα^τ-ώδης , ες, wind or air, opp. ὑδατώδης, Arist.Mete. 380b16, 366b7, al., Epicur.Ep.1p.14U.; opp. ἀτμιδώδης, Arist.Mete. 341b9 (Comp.); π. ζῴδιον in the zodiac, opp. πυρῶδες, γεῶδες, ὑδατῶδες, Cat.Cod.Astr.8(1).262; γράμματα π. pronounced with a strong breathing, as φ, ψ, ς, ζ, Pl.Cra.427a; aerated,οἶνοςArist.Pr.953b27.
2. windy, exposed to the wind,τόποιThphr.CP1.8.3, Plu.2.648d; ἐνιαυτοὶ π. windy years, Arist.Mete.344b27; ὧραι -έσταται ib. 366b4.
3. flatulent, Hp.Aph.5.72, al.; “πάθηArist.Insomn.461a24, etc. (asthmatic, only Hp.Acut.(Sp.55).
b. Act., causing flatulence, [κύαμοι] D.L.8.24; “ὄσπριαPlu.2.286e.
II. of the nature of breath, whispered, φωνεῖν πνευματῶδες, of the elephant, Arist.HA536b21; “φωνὴ π.Id.Phgn.807b35.
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