Part 1: lungs and air pneumat= air, pneumon = lung. Wouldn"t say nose of the face b/c it would mean face would be irrelevant for the word b/c only one nose and obvs on face. Pneumato/cerebrum: a collection of the air in the brain. Pneumono/cerebrum: the part of the brain involving/pt. the lungs. Pneumato/ aryng/it/ic: pertaining to the inflammation of larynx, involving air. Pneumono/laryng/ot/ic: pertaining to an abnormal condition involving the larynx and lungs. Pneumato/oste/osis: an abnormal condition involving the bones and air pneumono-osteitic: pertaining to the inflammation of the bones and / involving the lungs. Will never have two nouns together, always have _(noun)___ pertaining to ______ * never memorize this example it"s an anomaly the adjective is written in plural form 100% because the noun is in the plural form. ** when the noun is plural, the adjective will be plural; doesn"t mean the adjective itself is plural. Musculus pubococcygeus a/the muscle pt. the coccyx and pubis.