lithograph etymology

English word lithograph comes from English -graph, English litho- (Lith- + -o-.)

Detailed word origin of lithograph

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-graph English (eng) (by analogy) that draws or shows. (metonymic) that is drawn or shown. (metonymic) that is written. A group of letters of a specified number.. That writes.
litho- English (eng) Lith- + -o-.
lithograph English (eng) A printed image produced by lithography; an image produced by etching the image onto a flat surface, then copying the etched surface by applying ink (or the equivalent) to it and pressing another material against it. To create a copy of an image through lithography.

Words with the same origin as lithograph

Descendants of -graph
autograph photo photography polygraph
Descendants of litho-
astrolithology chemical lithosphere lithoautotroph lithobrake lithocarp lithocholic lithoclast lithocyte lithofacies lithogenic lithogenous lithogeny lithogeochemical lithogeochemistry litholatry lithology lithomancy lithometeor lithomorphic lithophytic lithospheric lithotint lithotrophic phytolithology