geograaf

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Etymology[edit]

Either from Middle Latin geographus (possibly via French géographe, cognate as with German Geograph) or from geographie (modern spelling geografie) 'geography', both ultimately from Ancient Greek, literally 'rendering the earth': geo- +‎ -graaf

Pronunciation[edit]

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  • Rhymes: -aːf
  • IPA(key): e.oˈɣraːf/
  • Hyphenation: geo‧graaf

Noun[edit]

geograaf m (plural geografen, diminutive geograafje n)

  1. A geographer, student of or specialist in geography

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