odont-

combining form
variants: or odonto-

Definition of odont-

:tooth
  • odontoblast

Origin and Etymology of odont-

French, from Greek, odont-, odous — more at tooth


-odont

adjective combining form

Definition of -odont

:having teeth of a (specified) nature
  • acrodont

Origin and Etymology of -odont

Greek odont-, odous tooth


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