combining form see crystall-

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  • CRYSTALLO — Soli opposito, admotam facem acdendi, legimus apud Aristophanem in Nub. ΣΤΡ. Η῎δη παρὰ τοῖσι φαρμακοπώλαις τὴν διαφανῆ Ταύτην ἑώρας τὴν καλὴν, τὴν διαφανῆ, Α᾿φ᾿ ἧς τὸ πῦρ ἅπτουσι: ΣΩ. τὴν ὕαλον λέγω. STR. Vidistine apud pharmacopolas pellucidum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • crystallo- — [kris′tə lō, kris′tələ] [< Gr krystallos, CRYSTAL] combining form crystal [crystallography] …   English World dictionary

  • crystallo- — a combining form meaning crystal, used in the formation of compound words: crystallography. Also, crystall , crystalli . [ < Gk krystallo , comb. form of krýstallos CRYSTAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • crystallo- — or crystalli cry aff. a combining form representing crystal: crystallography[/ex] • Etymology: < Gk krystallo , comb. form of krýstallos crystal …   From formal English to slang

  • crystallo- — a word element meaning crystal , as in crystallographic. Also, (before a vowel), crystall . {Greek krystallo , combining form of krystallos} …   Australian English dictionary

  • crystallo- — see crystall …   Useful english dictionary

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  • ACENTETA — Graec. Α᾿κέγτητα, apud Plin. l. 37. c. 2. ubi de de Crystallo, Est et rufa alioqui rubigo: aliis capillamentum rimae simile, hoc artisices caelaturâ occultant: quae verô sine vitio sunt, pura esse malunt, acenteta appellantes, nec spumae colore,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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