MEANING: noun: Normal breathing.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek eu- (good) + pnein (to breathe). Ultimately from the Indo-European root pneu- (to breathe), which also gave us pneumonia, sneer, sneeze, snort, snore, pneumatic, pneuma, and pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Earliest documented use: 1706.

EUTNEA - a kind of Reader published periodically, now only on-line

EUPEA? - an Italian parent encourages the bambino to use the potty

EUPHEA? - How much do you charge?

EUPPEA - Eung Upwardly-mobile Professional

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