cero-, cer-, kero-, keri-
(Greek: wax, waxy)
Waxen; like wax.
The eating of wax.
cerograph (s) (noun), cerographs (pl)
A drawing, design, or text incised that has been cut into a wax surface.
cerographic (adjective), more cerographic, most cerographic
A reference to etchings or drawings made on wax surfaces: Cerographic, or glyphography, is a printmaking technique related to engraving, using a layer of wax over a metal surface and then after the image is engraved into the wax, a positive plate is produced with the stereotyping or electrotyping.
cerographical (adjective), more cerographical, most cerographical
Referring to the art of making characters or designs in, or with, wax.