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cyclo & cycl

These ROOT-WORDS are CYCL & CYCLO. They come from the Greek cyclos, interpretation WHEEL, CIRCLE & CIRCULAR. A bit more about the CYCLOrama, No. 7. This curved background on the stage gives an audience a feeling of being part of the production. CYCLOPS, No. 8, was a hideous monster through a single eye, among a race of giants. You have the right to review around him in Greek mythology or in Homer’s Odyssey.1. Cycle : CYCL e (sie’ kul) n.A finish course of operations returning to its original state2. Cyclic : CYCL ic (sie’ klik) adj.Moving in circles or cycles3. Cyclian : CYCL ian (sik’ li an) adj.Moving in circles4. Cyclical : CYCL ical (sie’ kli kal) adj.Moving in a circle or cycle5. Cyclometer : CYCL ometer (sie klom’ et er) n.Instrument to measure location of circles6. Cyclometry : CYCL ometry (sie klom’ e tri) n.Science of measuring circles7. Cyclorama : CYCL orama (sie klo ram’ a) n.A spectacle painted on a curved beackground8. Cyclops : CYCL ops (sie’ klops) n.A mythical huge via one eye in the middle of his forehead9. Cyclitis : CYCL it is (si klie’ tis) n.Inflammation of the tworry behind the eyeball10. Cyclograph : CYCLO graph (sie’ klo graf) n.An apparatus attached to a bicycle which documents the topography of the road11. Cyclographer : CYCLO grapher (sie klog’ ra fer) n.One who writes of a cycle of legends12. Cycloid : CYCLO id (sie’ kloid) adj.Circular or arranged in circles13. Cyclone : CYCLO ne (sie’ klone) n.A wind blowing circularly; a tornado14. Cyclonology : CYCLO nology (sie klone’ ol’ o ji) n.Study of cyclones15. Cyclonoscope : CYCLO noscope (sie kloe’ no skope) n.Apparatus for finding the center of a cyclone16. Cyclopean : CYCLO pean (sie klo pee’ an) adj.Like a Cyclops; having a median eye17. Cyclopedia : CYCLO pedia (sie klo peed’ ee a) n.The selection of human knowledge18. Cyclopedic : CYCLO pedic (sie klo pede’ ik) adj.Being prefer an encyclopedia; as, a cyclopedic mind19. Cycloscope : CYCLO scope (syk’ lo skop) n.A machine to measure velocity of rotation20. Cyclopedist : CYCLO pedist (sie klo pee’ dist) n.One who writes for an encyclopediaGo to the Etymology Index Page.