[ pul′mō, pŭl′- ]
n. pl. pul•mo•nes (pul-mō′nēz, pŭl-)
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Examples from the Web for pulmo
Urtica marina includes both Anemones and certain Scyphomedusae (not Pulmo).Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk|Thomas Browne
This substance, which he says is like the Pulmo Marinus, he saw with his own eyes, the rest he learnt by report.