Of or regarding atmosphere, or fumes generally speaking, or their particular properties; additionally, employing (compressed) atmosphere or any other fuel as a motive energy, because, pneumatic experiments; a pneumatic motor.
composed of or resembling environment; having the properties of an elastic substance; gaseous.
Moved or played by way of air: as, a pneumatic tool of songs.
In zoology: filled up with air; fitted to get or contain atmosphere; pneumatized, while the air-cells or the bones of wild birds
Of or pertaining to the respiratory system of any pet
A caisson within which compressed-air excludes water, allowing necessary businesses to-be carried on inside.
In theology, relating to the spirit or pneuma, as distinguished from both heart and the body; spiritual. See heart and spirit.