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EtymologyEdit

From ὠτ- (ōt-), the stem of the Ancient Greek οὖς (oûs, ear).

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

ot-

  1. ear

Usage notesEdit

  • When combined with a word or another affix which begins with a consonant, this prefix concatenates with -o- (as oto-).

SynonymsEdit

  • (ear): aur- (Latinate equivalent)

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Aka-BeaEdit

PrefixEdit

ot-

  1. prefix attached to words relating to the head or heart

BasqueEdit

NounEdit

ot-

  1. combining form of ogi (bread)

Usage notesEdit

Used when the following element of the compound starts with a vowel, s or z. Otherwise, the combining form o- is used.