all-


variant of allo- before a vowel: allonym.

Definition for all- (2 of 2)

allo-


a combining form meaning “other,” used in the formation of compound words (allotrope) and in chemistry to denote the more stable of two geometric isomers.
Also (except in chemistry) especially before a vowel, all-.

Origin of allo-

< Greek, combining form of állos other; cognate with Latin alius, else
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British Dictionary definitions for all- (1 of 2)

all-


combining form

a variant of allo-

British Dictionary definitions for all- (2 of 2)

allo-

before a vowel all-


combining form

indicating difference, variation, or oppositionallopathy; allomorph; allophone; allonym

Word Origin for allo-

from Greek allos other, different
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Medicine definitions for all- (1 of 2)

all-


pref.

Variant ofallo-

Medicine definitions for all- (2 of 2)

allo-


pref.

Other; different:allotransplantation.
Isomeric:allomorphism.
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