geront-

combining form
variants: or geronto-

Definition of geront-

: aged one : old age gerontology

History and Etymology for geront-

French géront-, géronto-, from Greek geront-, geronto-, from geront-, gerōn old man; akin to Greek gēras old age, Sanskrit jarati he grows old

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