Origin of scoto-
Words nearby scoto-
Other definitions for scoto- (2 of 2)
Origin of Scoto-
WORDS THAT USE SCOTO-
What does scoto- mean?
Examples of scoto-
One example of a term that features the combining form scoto- is scotophobia, “an irrational or disproportionate fear of the dark.”
We know scoto- means “darkness.” The second part of the word, -phobia, means “fear.” Scotophobia literally translates to “fear of darkness.”
What are some words that use or are related to the combining form scoto-?
- scotia (from the Greek skotía, “darkness”)
- scotopic adaptation
- scotoma (using the equivalent from of scoto- in Greek)
What are some other forms that scoto- may be commonly confused with?
How to use scoto- in a sentence
There are corresponding holes on the portion under the sod, which thus completes the rounded head of an ancient Scoto-Irish cross.The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
Scoto-Gallic words were quite differently situated from French words and phrases adopted in England.Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character|Edward Bannerman Ramsay
The history of the Scoto-Roman invasion is altogether different from this.The Archaeology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland|Daniel Wilson
The last were from Scoto, who sent at the same time your most scholarly comments on that difficult work of Ptolemy.Jerome Cardan|William George Waters
Diu multumque legit scripta Occami cujus acumen anteferebat Thom et Scoto.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III|J. H. Merle D'Aubign