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broncho

[brong-koh] /ˈbrɒŋ koʊ/
noun, plural bronchos.
1.

broncho-

1.
a combining form representing bronchus, or bronchia, in compound words:
bronchopneumonia.
Also, especially before a vowel, bronch-.
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British Dictionary definitions for broncho

bronco

/ˈbrɒŋkəʊ/
noun (pl) -cos, -chos
1.
(in the US and Canada) a wild or partially tamed pony or mustang of the western plains
Word Origin
C19: from Mexican Spanish, short for Spanish potro bronco unbroken colt, probably from Latin broccus projecting (as knots on wood), hence, rough, wild

broncho-

combining form
1.
indicating or relating to the bronchi bronchitis
Word Origin
from Greek: bronchus
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broncho in Medicine

broncho- or bronch- or bronchi-
pref.
Bronchus; bronchial: bronchoscope.

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Encyclopedia Article for broncho

bronco

North American wild or Indian-tamed horse, descended from horses taken to the New World by the Spanish in the 16th century. The name comes from that of an Indian tribe of eastern Washington and Oregon that was known for the small horses it bred.

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