Origin of pneuma
Words nearby pneuma
How to use pneuma in a sentence
So the Greek word pneuma, also translated “spirit,” means precisely the same thing.The Salem witchcraft, The planchette mystery, and Modern spiritualism|Harriet Beecher Stowe
More than fifteen centuries elapsed before this pneuma—oxygen—was discovered by Lavoisier.
Aer may be explained, oti airei ta apo tes ges; or, oti aei rei; or, oti pneuma ex autou ginetai (compare the poetic word aetai).Cratylus|Plato
The pneuma and the juice concentrate the power of the plant below so that it becomes denser.The Legacy of Greece|Various
He is a man, but a spiritual man, one in whom spirit or pneuma was the essential principle, so that he was spirit as well as man.The Unseen World and Other Essays|John Fiske