arterio

arterio-

a combining form meaning “artery,” used in the formation of compound words: arteriosclerosis.
Also, especially before a vowel, arteri-.


Origin:
< Greek artērio-, combining form of artēría windpipe, artery

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arterio-
 
combining form
artery or arteries: arteriosclerosis
 
[from Greek; see artery]

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arterio- or arteri-
pref.
Artery: arteriovenous.

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