xeno-

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See also: xeno, xenó, and xéno-

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xeno-

  1. Used to form taxonomic names and epithets indicating strangeness

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Etymology[edit]

from Ancient Greek ξένος ‎(xénos, alien).

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xeno-

  1. Having to do with foreigners, as in xenophilia, or more commonly, xenophobia.
  2. From a foreign place, as in xenolith

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Italian[edit]

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xeno-

  1. xeno- (all senses)

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Latin[edit]

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xeno-

  1. xeno-

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ξένος ‎(xénos, foreign, of a stranger).

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xeno-

  1. xeno-

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