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Pneuma is an ancient Greek word for "breath", and in a religious context for "spirit" or "soul."
Pneuma may also refer to:
- Pneuma (Stoic), the "breath of life" in Stoic philosophy
- Pneuma (ancient medicine), the form of air required by various organs to function in ancient Greek medicine
- Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies
- Pneuma (Moving Mountains album), 2007
- Pneuma (Michael White album), 1972
- Pneuma (record label), a Spanish early music label
- Pneuma Recordings, a drum and bass record label based out of San Francisco, USA
- Pneuma (band), a thrash metal band from Costa Rica
- Pneumatology, the study of spiritual beings and phenomena
- Pneumatology (Christianity)
- Pneumatics, the study and application of use of pressurized gas to effect mechanical motion
- Breath of life (disambiguation)
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