1 _ science that studies the behavior of gases, especially from the air. From the latin pneumaticus, from Greek 960; 957; 949; 965; 956; 945; 964; 953; 954; 959; 962; (rubber tyred "breath, breath, air"). 2nd _ musical notation used in the middle ages who wrote the neume on the text for singing. 3rd _ way of expressing himself in a speech using the rhetorical neuma. 4th _ feminine of tyre. 5th _ condition of men with spiritual prevalence according to the theological Trichotomy of San Pablo.