a combining form meaning “whole,” “entire,” used in the formation of compound words: holomorphic.
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Origin of holo-
< Greek, combining form of hólos
Words nearby holo-
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British Dictionary definitions for holo-
before a vowel hol-
whole or whollyholograph; holotype; Holarctic
Word Origin for holo-
from Greek holos
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Medical definitions for holo-
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