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See also: cele, celé, cèle, céle, and célé

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Etymology 1Edit

From Ancient Greek κήλη (kḗlē, tumour”; especially “hernia) (cognate to Serbo-Croatian кила (hernia)).

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-cele

  1. (medicine) A tumour.
  2. (medicine) A hernia.
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Etymology 2Edit

See -coel.

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-cele

  1. (possibly nonstandard) Alternative form of -coel (cavity)
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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek κήλη (kḗlē, tumour, hernia).

PronunciationEdit

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-cele f

  1. (pathology) -cele (forms the names of tumours and hernias)

SynonymsEdit

  • (forming the name of tumours): -oma