- a combining form meaning “eye,” “ocular,” used in the formation of compound words: oculomotor.
Also especially before a vowel, ocul-.
Origin of oculo-
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sometimes before a vowel ocul-
- indicating the eyeoculomotor
from Latin oculus eye
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- Eye; ocular:oculomotor.
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