tomo-


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

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Origin of tomo-

combining form representing Greek tómos a cut, section; cf. -tome
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British Dictionary definitions for tomo-

tomo
/ (ˈtɒmɒ) /

noun

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

Word Origin for tomo

Māori
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