pneum-
or pneumo- combining form Etymology: New Latin, partly from Greek pneum- (from pneuma); partly from Greek pneumōn lung 1. air ; gas <
pneumothorax
>
2. lung <
pneumoconiosis
>
3. respiration <
pneumograph
>
4. pneumonia <
pneumococcus
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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