pulmonic

pulmonic
adj. = PULMONARY 1.
Etymology: F pulmonique or f. mod.L pulmonicus f. L pulmo (as PULMONARY)

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  • Pulmonic — Pul*mon ic, a. [L. pulmo, onis, a lung: cf. F. pulmonique.] Relating to, or affecting the lungs; pulmonary. n. A pulmonic medicine. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pulmonic — PULMÓNIC adj., s. v. ftizic, tebecist, tuberculos. Trimis de siveco, 21.11.2007. Sursa: Sinonime …   Dicționar Român

  • pulmonic — [pul män′ik, poolmän′ik] adj. [Fr pulmonique] PULMONARY …   English World dictionary

  • pulmonic — 1. SYN: pulmonary. 2. Obsolete term for a remedy for diseases of the lungs. * * * pul·mon·ic pu̇l män ik, .pəl adj PULMONARY <pulmonic lesions> * * * pul·mon·ic (pool monґik) 1. pulmonary. 2. pertaining to the pulmonary artery …   Medical dictionary

  • Pulmonic regurgitation — Pulmonic regurgitation, also known as pulmonary regurgitation, is the backward flow of blood from the pulmonary artery, through the pulmonary valve, and into the right ventricle of the heart during diastole. While a small amount of pulmonic… …   Wikipedia

  • pulmonic stenosis — n PULMONARY STENOSIS …   Medical dictionary

  • Pulmonic sounds — In human speech, pulmonic sounds are those sounds created by the lungs. Pulmonic sounds may be either egressive (created by exhaling) or ingressive (created by inhaling) …   Wikipedia

  • Pulmonic consonant — A pulmonic consonant is a consonant produced by air pressure from the lungs, as opposed to ejective, implosive and click consonants. Most languages have only pulmonic consonants …   Wikipedia

  • pulmonic — adjective Etymology: Latin pulmon , pulmo Date: 1661 pulmonary …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pulmonic — /pul mon ik, pool /, adj. pulmonary. [1655 65; < F pulmonique. See PULMONARY, IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • pulmonic — adjective a) Of, pertaining to, or produced by the lungs; pulmonary. b) Produced by pushing air from or into the lungs, as opposed to velaric and glottalic …   Wiktionary

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