(Greek: prefix; scanty, little, meager, tiny, infrequent; abnormally few or small)
This nomenclature (small lizard) is no longer recognized by scientists because they found that it described an animal that was previously given another name which is Mochlodon or Rabdodon. Named by Harry Govier Seeley in 1881.
Deficiency of saliva.
Characterized by an abnormally low number of sperm in semen.
An abnormally low number of sperm in semen; including these additional terms: oligozoospermia, oligozoospermatism, and oligospermatism.
Bearing few seeds.
Producing or having few spores.
Characteristic of a word with few syllables.
A word that has very few syllables.
Having or producing few symptoms.
Denoting neural pathway that includes only one or two interneurons; that is, a disynaptic or a trisynaptic connections.
Tolerating relatively low temperatures.
Descriptive terms for tolerating relatively low temperatures.
Related "few, small, less, little" word units: micro-; mini-; mio-, meio-; nano-.