entom-
or entomo- combining form Etymology: French, from Greek entomon insect <
entomophagous
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • entom- — ⇒ENTOM(O) , (ENTOM , ENTOMO )élément préf. Élément préf. tiré du gr. « insecte », indiquant une relation avec les insectes et entrant dans la compos. de termes savants. A. Substantif 1. [Le composé désigne une science ou un savant] : entomologie …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • entom. — entomol. or entom., entomology. * * * abbr. entomology …   Useful english dictionary

  • entom — or entomol abbreviation entomological; entomology …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • entom — *a, o (G). An insect …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • entom. — abbr. entomologist, entomology …   Dictionary of abbreviations

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  • entom- — combining form or entomo Etymology: French, from Greek entomon more at entomology : insect entomophagous entomostracan …   Useful english dictionary

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