noun, plural chron·os.
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Origin of chrono
Definition for chrono (2 of 2)
Origin of chrono-
WORDS THAT USE CHRONO-
What does chrono- mean?
Chrono- comes from the Greek chrónos, meaning “time.” The adjective chronic, meaning “constant” or “habitual,” also derives from this root.
What are variants of chrono-?
Examples of chrono-
You may be familiar with the combining form chrono- from the word chronology, meaning “the sequential order in which past events occur.”
The first part of the word, chrono-, means “time.” The second part of the word, -logy, often denotes an area of “discourse” or “study.” Chronology, then, literally means “study of time.”
What are some words that use the combining form chrono-?
What are some other forms that chrono- may be commonly confused with?