a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, as of Southeast Asia, that is propelled like a bicycle by pedaling or by a motor
Origin of cycloFrench from uncertain or unknown; perhaps cycle, a bicycle, tricycle, and the like , or cyclo- ( from cyclomoteur, a moped)
- of a circle or wheel, circular: cyclotron
- cyclic (sense ): cycloparaffin
Origin of cyclo-from Classical Greek kyklos, a circle: see wheel
- Circle; cycle: cyclorama.
- A cyclic compound: cyclohexane.
Origin of cyclo-Greek kuklo- from kuklos circle ; see kwel-1 in Indo-European roots.