Etymology
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-ulent 

word-forming element meaning "full of, abounding in," from Latin adjective suffix -ulentus "full of."

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-oidal 

word-forming element making adjectives from nouns in -oid; see -oid + -al (1).

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latero- 

combining form used from 19c. to represent Latin latus "the side, flank of humans or animals, lateral surface," a word of uncertain origin. The Latin word also was used to express intimacy, attachment, or relationship via the notion of "attach to the side, at the side of."

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spectro- 

word-forming element meaning "of or by a spectroscope," also "of radiant energy," from combining form of spectrum.

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loco- 

word-forming element meaning "from place to place," from combining form of Latin locus "a place" (see locus).

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karyo- 

before vowels kary-, word-forming element used since c. 1874 in biological terms referring to cell nuclei, from Greek karyon "nut, kernel," possibly from PIE root *kar- "hard," but Beekes leans toward the notion that it is a Pre-Greek word.

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vitro- 

word-forming element meaning "glass," from combining form of Latin vitrum "glass" (see vitreous).

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lineo- 

word-forming element, used as a combining form of Latin linea (see line (n.)).

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utero- 

before vowels uter-, word-forming element, from combining form of Latin uterus (see uterus).

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-gamous 

word-forming element meaning "marrying," from Greek gamos "marriage, a wedding" (see gamete) + -ous.

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