Agogué

Agogué
Le nom est surtout porté dans le Loiret, il était autrefois très présent dans le Cher. Variante : Agoguet (18, 03, 45). Il fait partie des noms de famille formés en Berry avec la préposition "à" marquant la filiation. C'est donc le fils de celui qui s'appelle Goguet, Gogué (voir Goguet).

Noms de famille. 2013.

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  • -agogue — agogue, agogie ♦ Groupes suffixaux, du gr. agôgos, et agôgia, de agein « mener, conduire ». agogie, agogue Suffixe, du gr. agôgos, qui conduit . I. ⇒ AGOGUE1, AGOGIE, AGOGIQUE, suff. Suff. signifiant l idée de conduire vers, de mener ou d amener …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -agogue — [ə gäg΄, əgôg΄] [< Gr agōgos, leading < agein, to lead: see ACT1] combining form a substance that induces the secretion of [galactagogue]: also agog …   English World dictionary

  • agogue — cho·le·cyst·agogue; …   English syllables

  • -agogue — noun combining form Etymology: French & New Latin; French, from Late Latin agogus promoting the expulsion of, from Greek agōgos, from agein to lead; New Latin agogon, from Greek, neuter of agōgos more at agent substance that promotes the… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -agogue — a combining form with the meaning leader, bringer, of that named by the initial element, occurring in loanwords from Greek (demagogue; pedagogue); used also in medical terms that denote substances inducing the expulsion or secretion of that named …   Universalium

  • -agogue — [Gr. agōgos leading, inducing] a word termination denoting an agent that leads or induces …   Medical dictionary

  • -agogue — a·gogue …   English syllables

  • -agogue — or agog aff. a combining form with the meaning “leader, bringer,” of that named by the initial element, occurring in loanwords from Greek (demagogue; pedagogue); used also in medical terms that denote substances inducing expulsion or secretion… …   From formal English to slang

  • -agogue — a word element meaning leading or guiding , found in a few agent nouns (often with pejorative value), as in demagogue, pedagogue. {Greek agōgos leading} …   Australian English dictionary

  • -agogue, -agog — Leading, promoting, stimulating; a promoter or stimulant of. [G. agogos, leading forth, fr. ago, to lead] …   Medical dictionary


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