-graph

-graph

a combining form meaning “drawn,” “written” (lithograph; monograph ); specialized in meaning to indicate the instrument rather than the written product of the instrument (telegraph; phonograph ).

Origin:
< Greek -graphos (something) drawn or written, one who draws or writes. See grapho-

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-graph
 
n combining form
1.  an instrument that writes or records: telegraph
2.  a writing, record, or drawing: autograph; lithograph
 
[via Latin from Greek -graphos, from graphein to write]
 
-graphic
 
adj combining form
 
-graphical
 
adj combining form
 
-graphically
 
adv combining form

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-graph suff.
An instrument for writing, drawing, or recording: cardiograph.

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