-glot

adjective combining form \ˌglät, usually -ät + V\

Definition of -glot

  1. :  having knowledge of or using (a specified number of) languages monoglot tetraglot

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Origin and Etymology of -glot

Greek -glōttos, -glōssos, from glōtta, glōssa language, tongue — more at gloss (explanation)


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