sider-

combining form
variants: or sidero-

Definition of sider-

: iron
  • hemosiderin
  • siderolite

Origin and Etymology of sider-

Greek sidēr-, sidēro-, from sidēros


-sider

combining form -sid·er \ ˈsīd-ər \

Definition of -sider

: one placed or living in a usually specified side (such as a section of the city)
  • an east-sider

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