Onco-



1.
a combining form meaning “tumor,” “mass,” used in the formation of compound words:
oncogenic.
combining form
1.
denoting a tumour: oncology

word-forming element meaning “bulk, mass,” especially in medical use, “tumor,” from Latinized form of Greek onko-, comb. form of onkos “bulk, size, mass, body.”

onco- pref.

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