pianophile etymology

English word pianophile comes from English piano, English -phile

Detailed word origin of pianophile

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
piano English (eng) (music) Softly, as a musical direction (abbreviated to p. in sheet music). [from 17th c.] (music) Soft, quiet.. In extended use; quiet, subdued. (musical instruments) A keyboard musical instrument, usually ranging over seven octaves, with white and black keys, played by pressing these keys, causing hammers to strike strings. [from 1803].
-phile English (eng) Forming nouns and adjectives meaning "loving", "friendly", or "friend".
pianophile English (eng) A lover of piano music.

Words with the same origin as pianophile

Descendants of piano
pianette pianica pianism pianistically
Descendants of -phile
Hungarophile Indophile Londonphile Turcophile Xenaphile amphiphile capnophile coprophile entomophile gerontophile infracaninophile mesophile necrophile oenophile parthenophile pedophile pronucleophile psammophile redophile scopophile siderophile spankophile tobaccophile toxophile