allo

allo-

a combining form meaning “other,” used in the formation of compound words (allotrope ) and in chemistry to denote the more stable of two geometric isomers.
Also (except in chemistry), especially before a vowel, all-.


Origin:
< Greek, combining form of állos other; cognate with Latin alius, else

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allo- or (before a vowel) all-
 
combining form
indicating difference, variation, or opposition: allopathy; allomorph; allophone; allonym
 
[from Greek allos other, different]
 
all- or (before a vowel) all-
 
combining form
 
[from Greek allos other, different]

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allo- or all-
pref.

  1. Other; different: allotransplantation.

  2. Isomeric: allomorphism.

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allo
allegro
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