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a combining form meaning “saint,” “holy,” used in the formation of compound words: hagiography; hagiocracy.
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Also especially before a vowel, hagi-.

Origin of hagio-

<Greek, combining form of hágios holy, sacred
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British Dictionary definitions for hagio-

hagio-

before a vowel hagi-


combining form
indicating a saint, saints, or holinesshagiography

Word Origin for hagio-

via Late Latin from Greek, from hagios holy
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