stomato-

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stomato-

or stomat-
pref.
Mouth; stoma: stomatitis.

[From Greek stoma, stomat-, mouth.]

stomato-

or before a vowel

stomat-

combining form
indicating the mouth or a mouthlike part: stomatology.
[from Greek stoma, stomat-]

stomato-

a combining form meaning “mouth,” “mouthlike opening”: stomatopod.
[< Greek stomat-, s. of stóma (see stoma) + -o-]
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There was a dull, weight like feeling in his stom- ach, and, when he tried to walk, his head swayed and he tottered.
They lack awareness that an acid reflux drug is not used to reduce acidity or flatulence but for conditions which require drastic reduction in the production of acid in the stom- ach," says Dr Thakur.