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cerat-

1.
a combining form meaning “horn,” “cornea,” used in the formation of compound words:
ceratodus.
Also, kerat-.
Also, especially before a consonant, cerato-, kerato-.
Origin
< Greek kerāt-, combining form of kéras; akin to Latin cornū cornu, horn
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British Dictionary definitions for cerat-

cerato-

combining form
1.
denoting horn or a hornlike part: ceratodus
2.
(anatomy) denoting the cornea
Also kerato-
Word Origin
from Greek kerat-, keras horn
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cerat- in Medicine

cerat- pref.
Variant of kerato-.

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