-phile

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From Latin -phila, from Ancient Greek φίλος (philos, dear, beloved).

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-phile

  1. Used in the formation of nouns and adjectives meaning loving and friendly or love and friend
    Scott is such a bibliophile, that he won't even put that book down

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Etymology

From Latin -phila, from Ancient Greek φίλος (philos, dear, beloved).

Suffix

-phile

  1. -phile.

et:-phile fr:-phile mg:-phile

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