See also: narco

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From Ancient Greek ναρκόω (narkóō, I put to sleep); in terms relating to drugs, it is a back-formation from narcotics, which ultimately derives from the same source.

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narco-

  1. Pertaining to stupor, sleep, or a state of unconsciousness.
  2. Of or pertaining to narcotics or their trade and use.

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Catalan edit

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narco-

  1. narco-

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narco-

  1. narco-

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Galician edit

Etymology edit

Shortening of narcótico (narcotics)

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narco-

  1. narco- (of or pertaining to narcotics or their trade and use)
  2. (rare) narco- (pertaining to stupor, sleep, or a state of unconsciousness)

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Italian edit

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narco-

  1. narco-

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Spanish edit

Etymology edit

Shortening of narcótico (narcotics)

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narco-

  1. (relational) of narcotics; narco-
  2. (rare) pertaining to stupor, sleep, or a state of unconsciousness

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