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Greco

[ grek-oh; Spanish, Italian gre-kaw ]
/ ˈgrɛk oʊ; Spanish, Italian ˈgrɛ kɔ /
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noun
Jo·sé [hoh-zey; Spanish haw-se], /hoʊˈzeɪ; Spanish hɔˈsɛ/, 1918–2001, U.S. dancer and choreographer, born in Italy.
El [el]. /ɛl/. El Greco.
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Other definitions for Greco (2 of 2)

Greco-

a combining form representing Greek in compound words: Greco-Roman.
Also especially British, Graeco-.

Origin of Greco-

<Latin Graec(us) Greek + -o-
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British Dictionary definitions for Greco (1 of 2)

Greco
/ (ˈɡrɛkəʊ) /

noun
El. See El Greco

British Dictionary definitions for Greco (2 of 2)

Greco-
/ (ˈɡriːkəʊ, ˈɡrɛkəʊ) /

combining form
a variant (esp US) of Graeco-
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