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Poly-
See also: poly, pöly, póly, poly., and -poly

English

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (polús, "many, much"), from Proto-Indo-European *polh?ús ("much, many").

Pronunciation

Prefix

poly-

  1. many
  2. polymer

Synonyms

  • (many): mani- (from English)
  • (many): multi- (from Latin)

Antonyms

  • (many): mono- (from Ancient Greek)
  • (many): oligo- (from Ancient Greek)
  • (many): pauci- (from Latin, rare)
  • (many): uni- (from Latin)

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Dutch

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (polús, "many, much").

Pronunciation

  • (file)

Prefix

poly-

  1. poly-

French

Prefix

poly-

  1. poly- (many)

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German

Etymology

Ultimately from Ancient Greek (polús, "many, much").

Pronunciation

Prefix

poly-

  1. poly-

Derived terms


Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (polús, "many, much"), from Proto-Indo-European *polh?ús ("much, many"). Related to full and fleire.

Prefix

poly-

  1. poly-
    Antonym: mono- (often)
    Synonyms: fleir-, mange-

Derived terms

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