whole, entire: holomorphic
Origin of holo-French ; from Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek holos, whole ; from Indo-European base an unverified form solo-, whole from source Classical Latin salvus, sound, safe
Whole; entire; entirely: holoblastic.
Origin of holo-Greek, from holos, whole; see sol- in Indo-European roots.
- (science fiction) hologram
AdjectiveSee also: hölö
- (biochemistry, of a protein) Bound by ligands
- We compared the holo and apo forms of the protein.