-ode1

1.
a suffix of nouns, appearing in loanwords from Greek, where it meant “like”; used in the formation of compound words:
"phyllode."
Compare -oid.
Origin
< Greek -ōdēs, probably generalized from adjectives describing smells, as kēṓdēs smelling like incense; base ōd- of ózein to smell, give off odor

-ode2

1.
a combining form meaning “way,” “road,” used in the formation of compound words:
"anode; electrode."
Origin
< Greek -odos, combining form of hodós
British Dictionary definitions for -ode
-ode1
 
n combining form
denoting resemblance: nematode
 
[from Greek -ōdēs, from eidos shape, form]

-ode2
 
n combining form
denoting a path or way: electrode
 
[from Greek -odos, from hodos a way]

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-ode in Medicine

-ode suff.
Way; path: electrode.

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