a combining form meaning “oil,” used in the formation of compound words: oleograph.
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Also especially before a vowel, ole-.
Origin of oleo-
< Latin, combining form representing oleum oil
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Word Origin for oleo-
from Latin oleum oil
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word-forming element meaning "oil" or "oleic," from Latin oleum (see oil (n.)).
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