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a combining form representing style or styloid in the formation of compound words: stylography.
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Also styli-; especially before a vowel, styl-.

Origin of stylo-

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Combining form representing Latin stilus.See stylus, -o-

Other definitions for stylo- (2 of 2)

stylo-2

a combining form meaning “column,” “pillar,” “tube,” used in the formation of compound words: stylolite.
Also styli-; especially before a vowel, styl-.

Origin of stylo-

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<Greek, combining form of stŷlos pillar
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British Dictionary definitions for stylo-

stylo-

before a vowel styl-


combining form
(in biology) a stylestylopodium
indicating a column or pointstylobate; stylograph

Word Origin for stylo-

from Greek stulos column
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Medical definitions for stylo-

stylo-

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Styloid; styloid process:stylohyal.
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