Hali-



combining form
1.
a variant of halo-

word-forming element meaning “salt, sea,” from Greek hali-, comb. form of hals (genitive halos) “a lump of salt, salt generally,” in Homer, “the sea,” from PIE *sal- “salt” (see salt (n.)).

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