Origin of chrono-Classical Greek from chronos, time
The definition of crono means time.
An example of chrono- used as a prefix is the word chronological, meaning put in order by date.
Origin of chrono-From Greek khronos time
- Prefix for words in which there is relation to time.
From Ancient Greek χρόνος (chrónos).
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