pulmonic

[ puhl-mon-ik, pool- ]
/ pʌlˈmɒn ɪk, pʊl- /

adjective

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Origin of pulmonic

From the French word pulmonique, dating back to 1655–65. See pulmonary, -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for pulmonic

pulmonic
/ (pʌlˈmɒnɪk, pʊl-) /

adjective

of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary

noun

rare
  1. a person with lung disease
  2. a drug or remedy for lung disease

Word Origin for pulmonic

C17: from French pulmonique, from Latin pulmō a lung; see pulmonary
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Medical definitions for pulmonic

pulmonic
[ pul-mŏnĭk, pŭl- ]

adj.

Of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary.
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