What is the medical term for abnormally noisy inhalation that contains no tonal noise, but rather is airy and "wet" (but no crackling or popping), originating in the upper respiratory tract -- similar to the sound that occurs normally when breathing in through a runny nose, or breathing in through a saliva-filled mouth with the tongue in the position you say "eeeee" with.
From here (and other similar resources) there is:
- Crackling: Does not fit.
- Wheezing: Does not fit, contains tone.
- Stridor: Does not fit, contains tone.
- Stertor: Does not fit, contains crackling.
Those are the only breathing noise words that I know.