equi

[ee-kwee, ek-wee]
noun Linguistics.
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equi-

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

Origin:
Middle English < Latin aequi-, combining form representing aequus equal

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equi-
 
combining form
equal or equally: equidistant; equilateral

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equi-
comb. form of L. aequus "equal, even."
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equi-  
A prefix that means "equal" or "equally," as in equidistant.
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Example sentences
The experiment presupposes that all people are equi-valued.
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