-graph

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See also: graph and Graph

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek suffix -γραφω ‎(-graphō), from γράφω ‎(gráphō, to scratch, to scrape, to graze), from whence also -graphy.

Suffix[edit]

-graph

  1. that writes
    stenograph
  2. (metonymically) that is written
  3. (by analogy) that draws or shows
  4. (metonymically) that is drawn or shown
    photograph
  5. A group of letters of a specified number.

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-graph m

  1. -graph

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