-agogy

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-agogue or -agog
 
n combining form
1.  indicating a person or thing that leads or incites to action: pedagogue; demagogue
2.  denoting a substance that stimulates the secretion of something: galactagogue
 
[via Late Latin from Greek agōgos leading, from agein to lead]
 
-agog or -agog
 
n combining form
 
[via Late Latin from Greek agōgos leading, from agein to lead]
 
-agogic or -agog
 
adj combining form
 
-agogy or -agog
 
n combining form

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