Si·​no- | \ ˌsī-(ˌ)nō How to pronounce Sino- (audio) , ˈsī-, -nə\

Definition of Sino-

1 : Chinese sinology
2 : Chinese and Sino-Tibetan

History and Etymology for Sino-

French, from Late Latin Sinae, plural, Chinese, from Greek Sinai, probably of Indo-Aryan origin; akin to Sanskrit Cīnā, plural, Chinese

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