Definition of -graphic in English:

-graphic

Pronunciation: /ˈɡrafɪk/

combining form

In adjectives corresponding to nouns ending in -graphy (such as demographic corresponding to demography).

Origin

from or suggested by Greek -graphikos, from graphē 'writing, drawing'; partly from -graphy or -graph + -ic.

Derivatives

-graphically

combining form
In corresponding adverbs.

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