- stomach: gastroscope
- stomach and: gastrocolic
Origin of gastro-; from Classical Greek gast?r, the stomach ; from an unverified form grast?r, literally , eater, gnawer ; from gran, to gnaw, devour ; from Indo-European base an unverified form gras-, to devour from source Classical Latin gramen, grass
- a. Belly: gastropod.b. Stomach: gastritis.
- Gastric: gastrin.
Origin of gastro-Greek, from gast&emacron;r, gastr-, belly.
- (colloquial, UK, Australia) Gastroenteritis
- He had a bad case of gastro, but came right as rain the next day.
From gastroenteritis by shortening.