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sophy

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noun so·phy \ˈsō-fē\

Definition of sophy

archaic

  1. :  a sovereign of Persia



Origin of sophy

Persian Safī


First Known Use: 1534

Rhymes with sophy


-sophy

noun combining form so·phy

Definition of -sophy

  1. :  knowledge :  wisdom :  science <anthroposophy>



Origin of -sophy

French -sophie, from Latin -sophia, from Greek, from sophia wisdom, from sophos


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