a combining form representing indigo in compound words: indophenol.
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Also especially before a vowel, ind-.
a combining form representing India in compound words: Indo-European.
Origin of Indo-
< Latin Ind(us) or Greek Ind(ós) + -o-
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denoting India or IndianIndo-European
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