[puhl-mon-ik, poo l-]
Origin of pulmonic
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How swelling it is, compared with this poor, puny, pulmonic little Frenchman!Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2
This part of the circulation is often called the lesser or pulmonic circulation.A Practical Physiology
Albert F. Blaisdell
This disease is sometimes called chronic bronchitis, sometimes mucous consumption, pulmonic catarrh, and galloping consumption.
The systemic blood-circulation being completely separated from the pulmonic, the circulation is said to be double.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition
Vernon L. Kellogg
Want of due capacity of the chest, and any other indication of a liability to a pulmonic disease.
- of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary
- a person with lung disease
- a drug or remedy for lung disease
C17: from French pulmonique, from Latin pulmō a lung; see pulmonary
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- Of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary.
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