<chemistry> A combining form or prefix meaning the second in a regular series of compound in the series, and not to its composition, but which is now generally employed in the same sense as bi- or di-, although little used.

See: deuto-.

Origin: Contr. From Gr. Second.

(29 Oct 1998)

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