magneto-


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magneto-

or magnet-
pref.
1. Magnetism; magnetic: magnetoelectric.
2. Magnetic field: magnetometer.

[From magnet.]

magneto-

combining form
indicating magnetism or magnetic properties: magnetosphere.

mag•ne•to

(mægˈni toʊ)

n., pl. -tos.
a small electric generator in which permanent magnets provide the magnetic field.
[1880–85]

magneto-

a combining form representing magnetic or magnetism in compound words: magnetometer.
References in classic literature ?
Soon after- wards came a "buzzer," and then the magneto- electric bell.
Magneto- optical technology is resistant to data loss as a result of shock, vibration, moisture, dust and magnetic fields.