Etymology
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lipo- (1)

word-forming element meaning "fat" (n.), from Greek lipos "fat" (n.), from PIE root *leip- "to stick, adhere," also used to form words for "fat."

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mater- 

combining form meaning "mother," from Latin māter (see mother (n.1)).

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oleo- 

word-forming element meaning "oil" or "oleic," from Latin oleum (see oil (n.)).

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gyro- 

word-forming element meaning "gyrating" or "gyroscope," from Greek gyros "a ring, circle" (see gyre (n.)).

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an- (2)

a later form of Latin ad "to" before -n- (see ad-), as in annex, announce, annihilate.

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oeno- 

also oino-, word-forming element meaning "pertaining to wine," from Greek oinos "wine" (see wine (n.)).

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psammo- 

word-forming element meaning "sand," from Greek psammos "sand," related to psamathos (see sand (n.)). Related: Psammic.

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glotto- 

word-forming element meaning "language," from Attic Greek glōtto-, from glōtta, variant of glōssa "tongue; language" (see gloss (n.2)).

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Judaeo- 

also Judeo-, word-forming element meaning "of or pertaining to the Jewish people or religion," from Latin Iudaeus (see Jew (n.)).

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Graeco- 

also Greco-, modern word-forming element, from Latin Graecus "Greek" (see Greek (n.)) on model of Anglo-, Franco-, etc.

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