noun eup·nea \yüp-ˈnē-ə\

Definition of EUPNEA

:  normal respiration
eup·ne·ic \-ˈnē-ik\ adjective

Variants of EUPNEA

eup·nea also eup·noea \yüp-ˈnē-ə\

Origin of EUPNEA

New Latin, from Greek eupnoia, from eupnous breathing freely, from eu- + pnein to breathe — more at sneeze
First Known Use: circa 1706


noun eup·nea   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of EUPNEA

:  normal respiration—compare dyspnea
eup·ne·ic or chiefly British eup·noe·ic \-ˈnē-ik\ adjective

Variants of EUPNEA

eup·nea or chiefly British eup·noea \yp-ˈnē-ə\


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