symbion

noun sym·bi·on \ˈsimbīˌän, -bēˌ-\

Definition of symbion

plural

-s

symbionic

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of symbion

New Latin, from Greek symbiōn (present participle of symbioun) or from Greek symbion, neuter of symbios living together — more at symbiosis


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