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ἄπνοος, ον, contr. ἄπνους, ουν:—
without wind, with but little air, ἔαρ Hp.Epid.3.2, cf. Arist.Mete.361b6, Thphr.CP2.9.1.

2. unventilated, οἰκία Plu.2.515b; air-tight, κώρυκος Herod.8.74.

II. breathless, Theopomp.Com.71.

2. lifeless, AP7.229 (Diosc.), IG 14.1787.

3. without breathing or respiration, Heraclid.Pont.Fr. 72,75 Voss, Arist.HA492a13.