halitus


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exhalation

 [eks″hah-la´shun]
1. the giving off of watery or other vapor, or of an effluvium.
2. a vapor or other substance exhaled or given off.
3. the act of breathing out; called also expiration and halitus.

hal·i·tus

(hal'i-tŭs),
Any exhalation, as of a breath or vapor.
[L., fr. halo, to breathe]

halitus

/hal·i·tus/ (hal´ĭ-tus) exhalation (3).

hal·i·tus

(hal'i-tŭs)
Any exhalation, as of a breath or vapor.
[L., fr. halo, to breathe]

hal·i·tus

(hal'i-tŭs)
Any exhalation, as of a breath or vapor.
[L., fr. halo, to breathe]

halitus

an expired breath.
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Pandion halitus (fish-hawk or osprey), heard, also seen on East Branch.
Los argentinos del Instituto Halitus eran conocidos por aliviar a las parejas con problemas de fertilidad, pero ahora tambien son una esperanza para los criadores de caballos.
To make the meaning and construction clear, the first pars should be preceded by a genitive; I suggest halitus, which could easily have been omitted after omnibus.