combining form see glyc-

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  • glyco- — comb. form meaning sweet, from Gk. glykys sweet (see GLUCOSE (Cf. glucose)). Used in reference to sugars generally. OED says a regular formation would be glycy …   Etymology dictionary

  • glyco- — [glīkglī′kō, glīkə] [Gr glyko < glykys: see GLYCERIN] combining form glycerol, sugar, sweet, glycogen, glycine: also, before a vowel, prefix combining form glyc [glīk] …   English World dictionary

  • glyco- — gluc(o) , glyco ♦ Éléments, du gr. glukus « doux ». gluco , glycé , glyci , glyco . éléments, du gr. glukus, doux . glyci , glyco V. gluco . ⇒GLUC(O) , GLYC(O) , (GLUC , GLUCO …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Glyco — Griechische Wortstämme sind im Deutschen überwiegend in Fachausdrücken zu finden, die entweder direkt dem Griechischen entstammen oder Neubildungen sind. Von einer begrenzten Anzahl dieser Wortstämme wurden und werden zahlreiche wissenschaftliche …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • glyco- — a combining form with the meanings sugar, glucose and its derivatives, used in the formation of compound words: glycolipid. Also, gluco . Also, esp. before a vowel, glyc . [comb. form repr. Gk glykýs sweet] * * * …   Universalium

  • glyco- — Combining form denoting relationship to sugars ( e.g., glycogen) or to glycine ( e.g., glycocholate). SEE ALSO: gluco . [G. glykys, sweet] * * * see glyc …   Medical dictionary

  • glyco... — gly|co..., Gly|co... vgl. ↑glyko..., Glyko …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • glyco- — combining form relating to or producing sugar: glycoside. Origin from Gk glukus sweet …   English new terms dictionary

  • glyco- — glyc …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • glyco- — aff. a combining form meaning “a sugar,”“compound containing or yielding a sugar”: glycolipid[/ex] Compare gluco Etymology: < Gk glykýs sweet …   From formal English to slang

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