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a combining form meaning “moon,” used in the formation of compound words: selenography.
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Origin of seleno-
Combining form representing Greek selḗnē
Words nearby seleno-
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How to use seleno- in a sentence
One class of seleno ureas has been patented as pharmaceutical products by Chem.
Many of the seleno organic compounds are colored, while the corresponding sulphur derivatives are colorless.
The dentition of the group is complete; the molars are seleno-bunodont, like those of the Anthracotheriidae.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
British Dictionary definitions for seleno-
before a vowel selen-
denoting the moonselenology
Word Origin for seleno-
from Greek selēnē moon
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