Etymology
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sym- 
assimilated form of syn-, from Greek form of syn- in compounds with words beginning in -b-, -m-, -p-, -ph-, -ps-.
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morpho- 

before vowels morph-, word-forming element of Greek origin meaning "form, shape," from Greek morphē "form, shape; beauty, outward appearance," a word of uncertain etymology.

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sug- 
assimilated form of sub- before -g-.
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ileo- 
combining form of ileum (q.v.).
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Balto- 
combining form of Baltic (q.v.).
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sum- 
assimilated form of sub- before -m-.
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sur- (2)
assimilated form of sub- before -r-.
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chiro- 

less properly cheiro-, before vowels chir-, word-forming element meaning "hand," from Latinized form of Greek kheiro-, combining form of kheir (genitive kheiros) "the hand," from PIE root *ghes- "hand."

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sup- 
assimilated form of sub- before -p-.
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