rheo-

rheo-

a combining form meaning “flow,” “current,” “stream,” used in the formation of compound words: rheoscope.
Compare -rrhea.


Origin:
combining form representing Greek rhéos stream, something flowing

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rheo-
 
combining form
indicating stream, flow, or current: rheometer; rheoscope
 
[from Greek rheos stream, anything flowing, from rhein to flow]

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rheo- pref.
current; flow: rheotaxis.

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