-graphy

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-graphy

suff.
1. Writing or representation produced in a specified manner or by a specified process: photography.
2.
a. Writing about a specified subject: oceanography.
b. Representation of a specified object: phonography.

[Latin -graphia, from Greek -graphiā, from graphein, to write; see gerbh- in Indo-European roots.]

-graphy

n combining form
1. indicating a form or process of writing, representing, etc: calligraphy; photography.
2. indicating an art or descriptive science: choreography; oceanography.
[via Latin from Greek -graphia, from graphein to write]

-graphy

a combining form used in the names of processes or forms of writing, printing, representing, recording, or describing, or in the names of an art or science concerned with such processes: biography; choreography; geography.
[< Greek -graphia. See -graph, -y3]
Translations

-graphy

n suf-grafie f