Patri

[ pah-tree ]
/ ˈpɑ tri /

noun

An·ge·lo [an-juh-loh], /ˈæn dʒəˌloʊ/, 1877–1965, U.S. educator and writer, born in Italy.

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Definition for Patri (2 of 2)

patri-

a combining form meaning “father,” occurring originally in loanwords from Greek and Latin (patriarch; patrician), and used in the formation of new compounds (patrilineal).
Also especially before a vowel, patr-.

Origin of patri-

combining form representing Latin pater,Greek patḗrfather
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British Dictionary definitions for Patri

patri-

combining form

fatherpatricide; patrilocal

Word Origin for patri-

from Latin pater, Greek patēr father
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