- a combining form meaning “the earth,” used in the formation of compound words: geochemistry.
Origin of geo-
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Historical Examples of geo
When abroad, "I am content to note my little facts," and so is Mr. Geo.
The burning part of the ceremony was abolished by the 30 Geo.
The remission of punishment was in the discretion of the Governor-in-chief: the 30 Geo.
In cases not capital, service had the effect of free pardon: 9th Geo.
The cosmogonic narrative which forms the first part of what Geo.Chaldea
Znade A. Ragozin
- (esp in Shetland) a small fjord or gully
Word Origin for geo
- indicating earthgeomorphology
Word Origin for geo-
word-forming element meaning "earth," ultimately from Greek geo-, comb. form of ge "earth" (see Gaia).
- A prefix that means earth, as in geochemistry, the study of the Earth's chemistry.