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tomo-

  1. a combining form meaning “a cut, section,” used in the formation of compound words:

    tomography.



tomo

/ ˈtɒmɒ /

noun

  1. a shaft formed by the action of water on limestone or volcanic rock


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tomo-1

Combining form representing Greek tómos a cut, section; -tome
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Word History and Origins

Origin of tomo-1

Māori
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Example Sentences

Sahibs smoke them, sepoys smoke them, drivers and followers smoke them, and the Tomo coolies smoke nothing else.

We bought 168 gantos fysh oyle of our hostice of Bingana Tomo for a mas ganto.

Soe we made 40 leagues this day and night, and came to an ancor at Shemuts, 10 leages short of Bingana Tomo.

We departed from Shemuttes, and arived at Bingana Tomo within night, having made 10 leagues.

One of the proverbs handed down from the hoary past is: "Kumpu no ada to tomo ni ten we itadakazu."

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