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Lewis : spiritalis

spiritalis spīrĭtālis or spīrĭtŭālis (the MSS. vary between the two forms), e, adj. spiritus. Of or belonging to breathing, to wind, or to air (post-Aug.): machinarum genus spiritale, quod apud eos (Graecos) πνευματικόν appellatur, a kind of wind-instrument, Vitr. 10, 1: partes pulmonis, Veg. 5, 75, 1: fistula, an air-passage, Lact. Opif. Dei, 11: arteriae, Arn. 3, 108.

Of or belonging to spirit, spiritual (eccl. Lat.): substantiae quaedam, Tert. Apol. 22: bellum, id. adv. Marc. 4, 20: si spiritali lacte pectus irriges, Prud. στεφ. 10, 13; Vulg. Gal. 6, 1; id. 1 Cor. 15, 44.—Hence, adv.: spīrĭtālĭter (spīrĭtŭāl-), spiritually: caro spiritaliter mundatur, Tert. Paptism. 4 fin., Vulg. 1 Cor. 2, 14; id. Apoc. 11, 8.