geo-


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 the earth

Definition for geo- (2 of 2)

Geo.

George.
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British Dictionary definitions for geo- (1 of 2)

geo

gio

/ (ˈdʒiːəʊ) /

noun plural geos or gios

(esp in Shetland) a small fjord or gully

Word Origin for geo

C18: from Old Norse gjā ravine; related to Old English gionian to yawn

British Dictionary definitions for geo- (2 of 2)

geo-

combining form

indicating earthgeomorphology

Word Origin for geo-

from Greek, from earth
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Medical definitions for geo-

geo-

pref.

Earth:geophagia.
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Scientific definitions for geo-

geo-
ge-

A prefix that means “earth,” as in geochemistry, the study of the Earth's chemistry.
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