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topo- comb. form of Gr. tópos place, locality. topography description of the features of a locality. XV. — late L. topographia — Gr. topographíā.
So topographer, topographic XVII, topographical XVI. toponymy place-names of a region. XIX. f. Gr. ónoma, ónuma NAME; see -Y3.

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topo- combining form denoting place; position; location.

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