-sto·mia | \ ˈstōmēə \
plural -s

Definition of -stomia 

(Entry 1 of 2)

: mouth exhibiting (such) a condition stenostomia

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Definition of -stomia (Entry 2 of 2)

: creatures sharing (such) a condition of the mouth in names of higher taxa in zoology Deuterostomia

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History and Etymology for -stomia

Noun combining form

New Latin, from stom- + -ia -y

Noun plural combining form

New Latin, from Greek stomion mouth

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