Origin of stomato-
Words nearby stomato-
WORDS THAT USE STOMATO-
What does stomato- mean?
Stomato- comes from the Greek stóma, meaning “mouth.” This root is the source of the English words stoma and stomate (technical terms for a mouth, among other senses) and is related to stomach. Stomach? Our stomachs and mouths are certainly connected—and etymologically so, too. Discover the connection at our entry for the word.
What are variants of stomato-?
Examples of stomato-
One example of a medical term that features the combining form stomato- is stomatopathy, “a disease of the mouth.”
The first part of the word, stomato-, means “mouth.” The second part of the word, -pathy, here indicates “disease.” Stomatopathy literally translates to “mouth disease.”
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What are some other forms that stomato- may be commonly confused with?