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definition of the word -o-

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From Ancient Greek.


  1. (In coining neologisms) A vowel inserted interconsonantally between two morphemes, often of Ancient Greek origin, in order to ease pronunciation, as in blogosphere
  2. A vowel inserted interconsonantally between two existing words or abbreviated words, indicating a concept that will incorporate both meanings, as in socioeconomic or psychosexual
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The initial vowel of mouse


  1. (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody derived from a murine source


  1. A linking vowel added between the word stem and the suffix to give easier pronunciation. It does not change the meaning.
    kor (age)korok (ages)
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