agri-

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See also: agri, ağrı, and Ağrı

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Originally from Latin ager, agrī, re-inforced by English agriculture (itself deriving from the original Latin root).

Cognate (via Proto-Indo-European) to English acre; Latin root (plus per-) also root of peregrine, pilgrim.

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agri-

  1. Denoting agriculture.

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agri-

  1. agri-

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agri-

  1. agri-

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