sauro-

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See also: sauro, Sauro, and šauro

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Etymology[edit]

New Latin prefix (derived from Greek), coined for scientific words such as the infraorder name Sauropoda, from Greek sauros, "lizard" + New Latin suffix (derived from Greek) -poda, "foot(ed)"

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /sɔːɹoʊ/, /sɔːɹə/

Prefix[edit]

sauro-

  1. lizard, snake

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