-grapher

noun combining form \ grəfə(r) , sometimes ˌgraf- when there is a corresponding verb form in “-graph” \

Definition of -grapher

plural -s
: one that writes about (specified) material or in a (specified) way
  • craniographer

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Origin and Etymology of -grapher

Late Latin -graphus one that writes (such) material or in (such) a way (from Greek -graphos, from -graphos written, writing) + English -er


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