height, high: hypsometer
also, before a vowel, hyps-
Origin of hypso-; from Classical Greek hypsos, height ; from Indo-European an unverified form ups-, high ; from base an unverified form upo-: see up
Origin of hypso-From Greek hupsos, height, top; see upo in Indo-European roots.
From Ancient Greek ὕψος (hypsos, “height”)
- Aloft, on high.
From Ancient Greek ὕψι (hupsi, “aloft, on high, on the high seas”)