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-bacter

1.
a combining form with the meaning “rod,” used primarily in biology to form generic names of bacteria:
aerobacter; arthrobacter.
Origin
< Neo-Latin, masculine noun coined as variant of neuter bactrum < Greek báktron; see bacterium
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