dermato-

(redirected from dermat-)
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dermato-

or dermat-
pref.
Skin: dermatophyte.

[Greek derma, dermat-, skin; see der- in Indo-European roots.]
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dermato-

or

derma-

;

dermat-

or

derm-

combining form
(Biology) indicating skin: dermatology; dermatome; dermal; dermatitis.
[from Greek derma skin]
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dermato-

,
a combining form meaning “skin”: dermatology.
Also, esp. before a vowel, derm-.
[< Greek, comb. form of dermat-, s. of dérma]
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