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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  • Ceratodus

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