Definitions for pneumaˈnu mə, ˈnyu-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

pneu•maˈnu mə, ˈnyu-(n.)(pl.)-mas.

  1. the vital spirit; soul.

Origin of pneuma:

1875–80; < Gk pneûma lit., breath, wind; akin to pneîn to breathe

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  1. pneuma(Noun)

    a neume

  2. pneuma(Noun)

    the spirit or soul

  3. pneuma(Noun)

    one of three levels of a human being, the spirit, along with the body and soul

  4. Origin: From πνεῦμα, from πνέω

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