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Astro-
See also: Astro, astro, and -astro

English

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (ástron, "celestial body").

Prefix

astro-

  1. celestial bodies: fixed stars, wandering stars (planets), etc.; astronomy

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Catalan

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astro-

  1. astro-

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Czech

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (ástron).

Pronunciation

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-

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Danish

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-; (pertaining to stars)

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Dutch

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (ástron, "celestial body").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'?stro:/
  • (file)

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-

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Finnish

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astro-

  1. astro-

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French

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astro-

  1. astro-

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German

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astro-

  1. astro-

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Italian

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astro-

  1. astro-

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Norwegian Bokmål

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (ástron)

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-

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Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (ástron)

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-

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Portuguese

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astro-

  1. astro-

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Spanish

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-

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Swedish

Prefix

astro-

  1. astro-; pertaining to stars

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