a combining form meaning “gray, opaque,” used in the formation of compound words: glaucophane.
- Also especially before a vowel, glauc-.
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How to use glauco- in a sentence
Tell me that, Glauco, for I see in your houses dogs of chace, and a great many excellent birds.Parenthood and Race Culture | Caleb Williams Saleeby
Buddleia Neemda and wild plantain continue, the latter is probably a distinct species; leaves subtis glauco niveis.Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and The | William Griffith
"Flavo et glauco" should have been "flavo aut glauco," as written.
Glauco, the amorous fisherman, in order to obtain his Scilla, braves the sea and seeks renown and riches.Idling in Italy | Joseph Collins
Depictae colore albo cum crucibus per totum, dimisso tunc glauco colore quo depingi solebant.British Flags | W. G. Perrin