-biosis

-biosis

(word root) life
Examples of words with the root -biosis: aerobiosis, parabiosis
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-biosis

suff.
A way of living: parabiosis.

[From Greek biōsis, way of life, from bioun, to live, from bios, life; see bio-.]
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-biosis

n combining form
indicating a specified mode of life: symbiosis.
[New Latin, from Greek biōsis; see bio-, -osis]
-biotic adj combining form
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-biosis

a combining form meaning “mode of life”: parabiosis.
[< Greek]
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