a combining form meaning “the earth,” used in the formation of compound words: geochemistry.
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Origin of geo-
< Greek geō-, combining form of gê the earth
Words nearby geo-
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British Dictionary definitions for geo-
Word Origin for geo-
from Greek, from gē earth
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Medical definitions for geo-
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Scientific definitions for geo-
A prefix that means earth, as in geochemistry, the study of the Earth's chemistry.
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