enter-

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See also: enter, Enter, and Enter.

English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From French entre, from Latin inter.

Prefix[edit]

enter-

  1. (obsolete) Used to form compound words with the sense of "mutually", "between", or as an early variant of "inter-".

Etymology 2[edit]

New Latin combining form, from Ancient Greek ἔντερον(énteron, intestine).

Prefix[edit]

enter-

  1. Alternate form of entero- before a vowel.