paedo-


Chiefly British. variant of pedo-1.

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Also especially before a vowel, paed- .
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British Dictionary definitions for paedo- (1 of 2)

paedo
/ (ˈpiːdəʊ) /

noun

slang short for paedophile

British Dictionary definitions for paedo- (2 of 2)

paedo-

before a vowel paed- esp US pedo- or ped-


combining form

indicating a child or childrenpaedology

Word Origin for paedo-

from Greek pais, paid- child
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Medical definitions for paedo-

paedo-

pref.

Variant ofpedo-
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