Etymology
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-minded 
"having a mind" (of a certain type), from mind (n.).
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-spirited 
"having a spirit (of a specified type)," from spirit (n.).
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-headed 
"having a head" (of a specified kind); see head (n.).
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-eyed 
in compounds, "having eyes" (of a specified kind), by c. 1300, from eye (n.).
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lineo- 
word-forming element, used as a combining form of Latin linea (see line (n.)).
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plumbo- 
word-forming element meaning "lead" (the metal), from combining form of Latin plumbum "lead" (see plumb (n.)).
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-handed 
in compounds, "having hands" (of a certain type), mid-14c., from hand (n.). Related: -handedness; -handedly.
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labio- 
word-forming element in medical use since 17c., taken as a combining form of Latin labium "lip" (see lip (n.)).
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myo- 
before vowels my-, word-forming element meaning "muscle," from combining form of Greek mys "muscle," literally "mouse" (see muscle (n.)).
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musculo- 
word-forming element meaning "involving or pertaining to muscles," from combining form of Latin musculus "muscle" (see muscle (n.)).
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