-glot

-glot

a combining form with the meanings “having a tongue,” “speaking, writing, or written in a language” of the kind or number specified by the initial element: polyglot.

Origin:
< Greek (Attic) -glottos -tongued, adj. derivative of glôtta tongue; see glotto-

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