(also my- before a vowel)
of muscle; relating to muscles: myocardium | myometrium ‘mus, mu- muscle.’
Origin from East. Philosophy– Myo refers to the very essence of life, which is “invisible” and beyond intellectual understanding. Myo also means to open, to revive, and to be fully endowed with the qualities we need to develop our lives.
1 (forming nouns) joint; mutual; common: coeducation.
2 (forming adjectives) jointly; mutually: coequal.
3 (forming verbs) together with another or others: coproduce | co-own.