demonographer etymology

English word demonographer comes from English demon, English balanephagous ((rare) Acorn-eating.), English -grapher

Detailed word origin of demonographer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
demon English (eng) (Greek mythology) A spirit intermediate between gods and humans; especially, the spirit of a dead person; a deified hero. [from 16th c.]. (UK, card games) A form of patience (known as Canfield in the US). [from 19th c.]. (in plural) A person's fears or anxieties. [from 19th c.]. (now, chiefly, historical) A false god or idol; a Satanic divinity. [from 10th c.]. A person's inner spirit or [...]
balanephagous English (eng) (rare) Acorn-eating.
-grapher English (eng) A machine which notates a specified subject. Someone who writes about a specified subject, or in a specified manner.
demonographer English (eng)

Words with the same origin as demonographer

Descendants of demon
Descendants of balanephagous
Descendants of -grapher
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