xylo-, xyl- +

(Greek: wood; the first element of various scientific and technical words that refer to wood)

aeroxyl
Woody plants with a single trunk rising from the ground.
chiroxylography
Manuscript which is added to a block book in which the illustrations are printed from woodcuts.
chromoxylograph
A picture in colors from wooden blocks.
chromoxylography
Printing in colors from wooden blocks.
epixylous
Growing on wood.
geoxyl
A plant having woody stems arising from an underground woody rhizone.
lithoxyle
Fossilized wood.
lithoxyloidical
Resembling pyritized wood.
microgeoxyl
Those low-lying woody plants that send up numerous stems.
microxyl
Dwarf woody plants having one main axis rising from the soil.
monoxylic
A descriptive word for a canoe or boat which is made from one piece of timber (wood).
monoxylon
1. A canoe or boat made from one piece of timber (wood).
2. Something formed from a single piece of wood; such as, a sculpture.
monoxylous
1. Formed or made out of a single piece of wood.
2. Using one piece of wood to make a boat or a coffin, etc.
photo-xylography
A process of employing photography in the preparation of wood blocks for printing.
protoxylen
In botany, the tissue from which the xylem is developed; the primitive xylem of a fibro-vascular bundle.

Related "wood" word units: hylo-; ligni-.