sacchar-
or sacchari- or saccharo- combining form Etymology: Latin saccharum, from Greek sakcharon, from Prakrit sakkharā, from Sanskrit śarkarā gravel, sugar sugar <
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  • sacchar- — [sak′ər] combining form SACCHARO : used before a vowel …   English World dictionary

  • sacchar- — sacchari , sacchar(o) ♦ Éléments, du lat. saccharum, gr. sakkharon « sucre ». sacchar(i) , sacchar(o) élément, du lat. saccharum, du gr. sakkharos, sucre . ⇒SACCHAR(O) , (SACCHAR , SACCHARO )élém. formant Élém. tiré du lat. saccharum « sucre »,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • sacchar- — a combining form meaning sugar, used in the formation of technical terms: saccharoid. Also, esp. before a consonant, saccharo . [comb. form repr. ML saccharum Gk sákkharon, ult. < an Indo Aryan source akin to Prakrit sakkara < Skt sarkara; cf.… …   Universalium

  • sacchar- — See saccharo . * * * (saccharo ) prefix denoting sugar …   Medical dictionary

  • Sacchar- — Sac|char [lat. saccharum (griech. sákcharon) = Zucker]: anlautender Wortbestandteil in Bez. von Stoffen u. Begriffen, die in Beziehung zu Zucker[n] stehen, z. B. Saccharose, Saccharin, Polysaccharid …   Universal-Lexikon

  • sacchar — o (G). Sugar …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • sacchar- — saccharo combining form denoting sugar …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • sacchar- — aff. a word forming base meaning “sugar,” to which suffixes beginning in a vowel are added: saccharide[/ex] • Etymology: < ML saccharum, Gk sákkharon; akin to Prakrit sakkarā, Skt śarkarā; cf. sugar …   From formal English to slang

  • sacchar- — a word element referring to sugar or saccharine. Also, saccharo . {combining form representing Greek sakchar, sakcharon sugar, from Pali sakkharā} …   Australian English dictionary

  • sacchar- — combining form or sacchari or saccharo Etymology: Latin saccharum, from Greek sakcharon, from Pali sakkharā, from Sanskrit śarkarā gravel, grit, sugar more at sugar 1. : sugar …   Useful english dictionary

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