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Which sentence is correct?
Words nearby ano-
Other definitions for ano- (2 of 2)
a combining form meaning “up,” “upper,” “upward”:anoopsia.
Origin of ano-2
<Greek, combining form of ánō
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How to use ano- in a sentence
The words arren (male) and aner (man) also contain a similar allusion to the same principle of the upward flux (te ano rhon).Cratylus|Plato
Scarcely had the war vessel passed out to open sea, when the people of Ano Ano were back from the bush to the village.Jerry of the Islands|Jack London
In his epitaph in ye churche, ye building of ye churche and steeple was expressed; he died ye 29 daye of August, ano 1517.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6|Augustus J. C. Hare
Ano was a cripple and both legs were twisted out of shape—he hobbled about on crutches.From the Bottom Up|Alexander Irvine
She hates a man with all his limbs: a wooden leg, a crutch, and fistula in ano, wins her heart.A Select Collection of Old English Plays|Robert Dodsley