radiotelegraphy etymology

English word radiotelegraphy comes from English radio-, English telegraphy

Detailed word origin of radiotelegraphy

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
radio- English (eng) (anatomy) radius (bone). (geometry) radius. Radiation. Radio (broadcasting).
telegraphy English (eng) Communication at a distance by means of the telegraph, either over wires or by wireless telegraphy, usually using Morse code. The apparatus and techniques used in such a system.
radiotelegraphy English (eng) The process and techniques of sending telegrams using radio waves rather than wires.

Words with the same origin as radiotelegraphy

Descendants of radio-
radioactive