papyro-, papyr-

(Greek: papyros > Latin > Old French; papyrus, an Egyptian rush [a reed plant] from which material was made for writing or drawing. Used in the sense of "fibrous material on which to write or to draw"; paper)

papyr, papyre
Obsolete English forms of paper.
papyraceous
Of the consistence or thinness of paper; of the nature of paper; made of or resembling paper; papery.
papyral
Made or consisting of paper.
papyrian
Pertaining to or composed of papyrus.
papyriferous
1. Producing or yielding papyrus.
2. Producing or yielding paper, or a substance resembling or serving as paper.
papyrin
The same as parchment paper or vegetable parchment.
papyrine: paper
1. Resembling paper.
2. Made of pypyrus.
papyrocracy
1. A system in which power is held by the printed media, i.e. by newspapers, magazines, literature, etc.
2. Government by paper, i.e. by newspapers or other printed media.
papyrogist
A student of papyrology.
papyrographer
A writer on papyrus.
papyrographic
A reference to an instrument for multiplying copies of writings.
papyrography
A term applied to a process of writing or drawing on paper and transferring the design to a zinc plate whence it is printed.
papyrological
Pertaining to or dealing with papyrology.
papyrology
The study of papyri, including ancient papyrus manuscripts.
papyrophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
The excessive dread of paper: Why Doug had papyrophobia was very strange, but perhaps he always thought paper meant that he had to write another essay or text, or even worse, take an exam!