bili-

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *bili- (gentle, kind, fitting), from Proto-Indo-European *bhil- (decent, good, harmonious, friendly). Cognate with Old English bile- (appropriate), Old High German bili- (suitable, proper, fit), Ancient Greek φίλο- (phílo-, friendly, kind, love of). More at philosophy.

Prefix[edit]

bili-

  1. Prefix denoting uniformity or appropriateness