G5923 - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number


See Definition for pneuma { [G4151]}
See Definition for pnoe { [G4157]}
See Definition for anemos { [G417]}
See Definition for lailaps { [G2978]}
See Definition for thyella { [G2366]}

pneuma when used in its lower meaning to denote wind means simply
an ordinary wind, a regularly blowing current of air of
considerable force.

pnoe is distinguished from it as being a gentler motion of the air.

anemos, on the other hand, is more forcible than pneuma? it is
the strong, often the tempestuous, wind.

lailaps is the violent fitful wind which accompanies a heavy shower.

thyella is more violent than any of the others, and often implies a
conflict of opposing winds.