tobaccophile etymology

English word tobaccophile comes from English -phile, English tobacco

Detailed word origin of tobaccophile

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phile English (eng) Forming nouns and adjectives meaning "loving", "friendly", or "friend".
tobacco English (eng) (countable) A variety of tobacco.. (uncountable) Any plant of the genus Nicotiana.. (uncountable) Leaves of Nicotiana tabacum and some other species cultivated and harvested to make cigarettes, cigars, snuff, for smoking in pipes or for chewing. (intransitive) To indulge in tobacco; to smoke.. (transitive) To treat with tobacco.
tobaccophile English (eng) One who enjoys tobacco.

Words with the same origin as tobaccophile

Descendants of -phile
Hungarophile Indophile Londonphile Turcophile Xenaphile amphiphile capnophile coprophile entomophile gerontophile infracaninophile mesophile necrophile oenophile parthenophile pedophile pianophile pronucleophile psammophile redophile scopophile siderophile spankophile toxophile
Descendants of tobacco
baccy occabot rappee tab tomacco