Definitions for "Litho"
A combining form from Gr. li`qos, stone.
A button stamped from a sheet of lithographed tin. There is no collet on the back and the pin is held in place only by the curvature or curl of the metal rim. Commonly in use after 1916, but lithographed buttons for candidates from 1896 to 1916 are usually modern reproductions of items that were originally made of celluloid.
referring to a stone (_Lithospermum_ = "stone seed")
Lithography
Lithograph.