elegiographer etymology

English word elegiographer comes from English balanephagous ((rare) Acorn-eating.), English elegy, English -grapher

Detailed word origin of elegiographer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
balanephagous English (eng) (rare) Acorn-eating.
elegy English (eng) A mournful or plaintive poem; a funeral song; a poem of lamentation. [from early 16th c.].
-grapher English (eng) A machine which notates a specified subject. Someone who writes about a specified subject, or in a specified manner.
elegiographer English (eng) (obsolete, rare) an elegist.

Words with the same origin as elegiographer

Descendants of balanephagous
Descendants of elegy
elegiast elegist elegize
Descendants of -grapher
angiographer calendographer chalcographer chirographer cometographer cryptographer demographer demonographer ethnographer geographer glossographer heresiographer histographer logographer mimographer mythographer paleographer paramiographer petrographer seismographer stereotypographer tasseographer