See also: oro, óro, oró, and óró

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Etymology 1Edit

Irregular formation from combining form of Latin os (mouth).

PrefixEdit

oro-

  1. mouth.

Etymology 2Edit

From combining form of Ancient Greek ὄρος (óros, mountain, high ground), from ὀρέσθαι (orésthai, to raise oneself).

PrefixEdit

oro-

  1. mountains.

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ItalianEdit

PrefixEdit

oro-

  1. Forms terms relating to mountains
  2. Forms terms related to the mouth; oral
  3. Forms relating to the hour of one's birth

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