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[New Latin -ōma, from Greek -ōma, -ōmat-, n. suff.]
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n combining form
indicating a tumour: carcinoma.
[from Greek -ōma]
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pl. -omas, -omata.
a noun suffix used to form names of tumors, of the kind specified by the base: fibroma; melanoma.
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