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-agogue

 
word element [Gr.], something that leads or induces.
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-agogue

, -agog (ă-gog'), Avoid the misspellings -ogog and -ogogue.
Leading, promoting, stimulating; a promoter or stimulant of.
[G. agōgos, leading forth, fr. agō, to lead]
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-agogue

, -agog
Suffixes meaning leading, promoting, stimulating; a promoter or stimulant of.
[G. agōgos, leading forth, fr. agō, to lead]
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-agogue

, -agogAvoid the misspellings -ogog and -ogogue.
Suffixes denoting leading, promoting, stimulating; a promoter or stimulant of something.
[G. agōgos, leading forth, fr. agō, to lead]
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