ento

ento-

a combining form meaning “within,” used in the formation of compound words: entoderm.

Origin:
combining form representing Greek entós

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ento-
 
combining form
inside; within: entoderm
 
[New Latin, from Greek entos within]

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ento-
"within, inside, inner," from Gk. ento-, comb. form of entos "within, inside" (cognate of L. intus), from PIE *entos, from *en- "in" + adv. suffix -tos, denoting origin.
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ento- or ent-
pref.
Inside; within: entozoon.

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