Cerat-



a combining form meaning “horn,” “cornea,” used in the formation of compound words:
ceratodus.

cerat- pref.
Variant of kerato-.

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    Pharmacology. an unctuous, often medicated, preparation for external application, consisting of lard or oil mixed with wax, rosin, or the like, especially one that has a firmer consistency than a typical ointment and does not melt when in contact with the skin. Also, cerated. Ornithology. having a cere. Historical Examples noun a hard ointment or […]

  • Cerated

    covered with wax. Ornithology. cerate (def 2). adjective (of certain birds, such as the falcon) having a cere



  • Cerato-

    variant of cerat- before a consonant: ceratosaur. combining form denoting horn or a hornlike part: ceratodus (anatomy) denoting the cornea word-forming element meaning “horn,” from Latinized comb. form of Greek keras “horn” (see kerato-). cerato- pref. Variant of kerato-.

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