The prefix (heter- or hetero-) means different, unlike, or unlike. It derives from the Greek héteros, meaning “other”.
The prefix “hetero” comes from the Greek word heteros, meaning “the other (of two), another, other, second”; different than usual.”
Hetero is derived from the Greek word heteros, meaning “different” or “different”. It can refer to: heterodoxy, belief or practice different from what is accepted as orthodoxy. Heterosexuality, attraction to the opposite sex.
a combination form meaning “other”, “other”, used in the formation of compound words: heterocyclic. Also especially before a vowel, heter-.
Hetero. The same; like. Gay. heterochromatic. Of, with or pertaining to more than one colour.
a combination form meaning “different”, “different”, used in the formation of compound words. heterocyclic.
hetero- (anders; anders)
Yes, hetero is a valid Scrabble word.
Photo, prefix. PhotographyPhoto- comes from the Greek and has the meaning “light” there: photo- + biology → photobiology; photo- + -on → photon (= elementary “particle” of light). This prefix also means “photographic” or “photo”: photo + copy → photocopy.
A straight person is attracted to people of the opposite sex. Boys who like girls and women who like men are straight. Being heterosexual has long been considered “normal” in our society. When you think of a married couple or parents, it’s usually a man and a woman – in other words, a heterosexual couple.
Hetero-: prefix means different, as in heteromorphism (something that differs in shape) and heterozygous (having two different forms of a given gene). The opposite of hetero- is homo-.
Interprefix. Definition of inter- (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : between : below : in the middle intercrop penetrate interstellar.
Tele, 1 prefix. tele comes from the Greek, meaning “far” electronic transmissions”:telegraph;telekinesis;telegraph.