-cene



variant of ceno-1. as final element of a compound word:
Pleistocene.
combining form, combining form
denoting a recent geological period: Miocene

word-forming element in geology, introduced by Sir Charles Lyell (1797-1875), from Greek kainos “new,” cognate with Latin recens (see recent).

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