Origin of mystagogue
British Dictionary definitions for mystagogy
Word Origin for mystagogue
Word Origin and History for mystagogy
"person who initiates into mysteries," 1550s, from Latin mystagogus "a guide to the mysteries," from Greek mystagogos, from mystes "one initiated into the mysteries" (see mystery (n.1)) + agogos "leading, a leader" (see act (n.)). Related: Mystagogic; mystagogical; mystagogy; mystagoguery.