caco-


  1. a combining form meaning “bad,” occurring in loanwords from Greek (cacodemon); on this model, used in the formation of compound words (cacogenics).

Origin of caco-

1
<Greek, combining form of kakós
  • Also especially before a vowel, cac-.

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British Dictionary definitions for caco-

caco-

combining form
  1. bad, unpleasant, or incorrect: cacophony

Origin of caco-

1
from Greek kakos bad

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