Origin of phyllo; from Modern Greek phyllon, thin sheet ; from Gr: see phyllo-
Origin of phyllo-Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek phyllon, a leaf: see bloom
Origin of phylloModern Greek phullon, from Greek, leaf; see phyllo–.
Origin of phyllo-Greek, from phullon, leaf; see bhel-3 in Indo-European roots.
From Greek Ï†ÏÎ»Î»Î¿ (fÃ½llo, “leaf")
- Forming compound words relating to leaves.
Combining form of Ancient Greek Ï†ÏÎ»Î»Î¿Î½ (phullon, “leaf").