Etymology
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luni- 

word-forming element meaning "of the moon, of the moon and," from Latin luna "moon" (see luna).

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Americo- 

word-forming element used since late 18c. as "of or about America."

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oro- 

word-forming element meaning "mountain," from Greek oros "mountain" (see oread).

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extro- 

word-forming element meaning "outwards," a variant of extra- by influence of intro-.

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eso- 

word-forming element meaning" within," from Greek eso "within" (see esoteric).

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uro- 

word-forming element meaning "urine," from Greek ouron "urine" (see urine).

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humero- 

word-forming element meaning "of the shoulder and," from Latin humerus "shoulder" (see humerus).

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lopho- 

before vowels loph-, word-forming element used in science from 19c. and meaning "crest," from Greek lophos "neck of draught animals and men; crest of a helmet, crest of a hill, ridge," also "tuft on the head of birds, crest of feathers, cockscomb," a word of uncertain origin.

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sialo- 

before vowels sial-, word-forming element meaning "saliva," from Greek sialon "saliva."

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cerebro- 

word-forming element meaning "brain, of the brain and," from Latin cerebrum "the brain" (see cerebral).

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