Van Rycke passed along the corridor on his way to the hydro, Sinbad at his heels.
hydro: relating to water: a combining form used as a prefix.
Mura tucked Sinbad under his arm and shooed Dane before him out of the hydro.
Harbrace and the hydro engineer jumped for the communications phone.
He utterly failed in his social duties; he did not cultivate the art of making his ship a sort of floating “hydro”.
Designed to be used also as a hydro, with three step floats.
I am afraid I was not particularly nice the last few days at the hydro.
What do you know about that plant Mura grows in the hydro—the one called 'catnip'?
Before his days are numbered he may live to see a hydro at Hammam-Ali—poor old patriarch.
Surely the few plants in the hydro and the dried leaves could not be stretched too far.
hydro- or hydr-
Water; liquid: hydrocephalus.
A prefix that means: "water" (as in hydroelectric) or "hydrogen," (as in hydrochloride).