geo-

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See also: geo, Geo, GEO, geó, géo, Geo., and géo-

English[edit]

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From Ancient Greek γεω- (geō-), combining form of γῆ (, earth).

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geo-

  1. Earth
  2. geography

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Czech[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek γῆ (, earth).

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geo-

  1. geo-

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Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)

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geo-

  1. geo-

Finnish[edit]

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geo-

  1. geo-

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Ancient Greek γεω- (geō-), combining form of γῆ (, earth).

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geo-

  1. geo- (global, pertaining to the Earth, pertaining to geography)
    geo- + ‎Politik (politics) → ‎Geopolitik (geopolitics)
    geo- + ‎Wissenschaften (sciences) → ‎Geowissenschaften (geoscience)

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Further reading[edit]

  • geo- in Duden online
  • geo-” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

Italian[edit]

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geo-

  1. geo-

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Old English[edit]

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Proto-Germanic *iu (once, already). Akin to Gothic ju

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ġēo-

  1. former, previous, of yore
    ġēoġēara "formerly, of old"
    ġēolēan "a reward for a past deed"
    ġēomaġister "former teacher"
    ġēomann "man of the past, man of past times"
    ġēosċeaft "destiny, fate, that which was established long ago"

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek γῆ (, earth).

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geo-

  1. geo-

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek γῆ (, earth).

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geo-

  1. geo-

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Swedish[edit]

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geo-

  1. geo-; pertaining to the Earth

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