See also: fago, fago-, and f-āgō

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin -phagus, from Ancient Greek φάγος (phágos, glutton), from φαγεῖν (phageîn, to eat).

SuffixEdit

-fago

  1. -phage (nouns)
  2. -phagous (adjectives)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin -phagus, from Ancient Greek φάγος (phágos, glutton), from φαγεῖν (phageîn, to eat).

SuffixEdit

-fago

  1. -phage
  2. -phagous

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin -phagus, from Ancient Greek φάγος (phágos, glutton), from φαγεῖν (phageîn, to eat).

SuffixEdit

-fago m (plural -fagos, feminine -faga, feminine plural -fagas) (noun)
-fago (feminine -faga, masculine plural -fagos, feminine plural -fagas) (adjective)

  1. -phage
  2. -phagous

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