a combining form meaning “whole,” “entire,” used in the formation of compound words: holomorphic.

< Greek, combining form of hólos

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holo- or (before a vowel) hol-
combining form
whole or wholly: holograph; holotype; Holarctic
[from Greek holos]
hol- or (before a vowel) hol-
combining form
[from Greek holos]

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holo- or hol-
Whole; entirely: holoblastic.

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