early, early part of a period: Eocene, Eolithic
Origin of eo-; from Classical Greek ??s, dawn ; from Indo-European base an unverified form awes-, to shine from source Easter, Classical Latin aurora
ex officio (by virtue of office)
Most primitive; earliest: eoraptor.
Origin of eo-From Greek &emacron;&omacron;s, dawn; see aus- in Indo-European roots.
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