plano-

plano-

1
a combining form meaning “flat,” “plane,” used in the formation of compound words: planography.
Also, plani-; especially before a vowel, plan-.


Origin:
combining form representing Latin plānus level, plānum level ground

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plano-

2
a combining form meaning “moving,” “capable of movement,” used in the formation of compound words: planogamete.

Origin:
combining form representing Greek plános wandering, roaming. See planet

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plano- or (sometimes before a vowel) plan-
 
combining form
indicating flatness or planeness: plano-concave
 
[from Latin plānus flat, level]
 
plan- or (sometimes before a vowel) plan-
 
combining form
 
[from Latin plānus flat, level]

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plano- or plani- or plan-
pref.
Flat: planocellular.

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