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cyclo- comb. form of Gr. kūklos CYCLE, in: (i) scientific terms denoting circular or coiled forms or parts, e.g. cyclostomatous, cyclostomous having a round sucking mouth, as the lamprey, (ii) names of inventions having circular parts of concerned with circles, e.g. cyclometer instrument for measuring arcs, apparatus for registering distance travelled by a vehicle. XIX.

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cyclo- • comb. form 1. circular: cyclorama. 2. relating to a cycle or cycling: cyclocross. 3. cyclic: cycloparaffin.

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