-agogic-, -agogue, -agog, -agogic, -agoguery, -agogy

(Greek: usually a suffix meaning: lead, leading, leading forth, guide, guiding; bring, take; promoting, stimulating)

A conductor of souls to the lower world; especially Hermes; also, an evoker of spirits; a necromancer.
1. Someone who directs or leads the mind.
2. A person who calls up departed spirits; a necromancer.
3. A believer in or practicer of psychagogy.
1. Influencing or leading the mind or soul; persuasive, attractive.
2. Conjuring up or evoking the spirits of the dead.
3. Psychotherapeutic re-education stressing social adjustment of the individual.
4. A psychotherapy that stresses the adoption by the patient of a suitable life goal.
5. A conductor of souls to the lower world; especially, Hermes. Also, an evoker of spirits; a necromancer.
1. Promoting the flow of saliva.
2. An agent which stimulates the flow of saliva (e.g., anticholinesterase agents); also sialogogue.
3. Any medicine that increases salivation or promotes the discharge of saliva.
Spittle, expectoration.
An agent that stimulates, or promotes, secretion; also secretogogue.
sebiferous (adjective), more sebiferous, most sebiferous
Concerning the production of sebaceous matter or secreting sebum: Gary leaned that certain glands were sebiferous which meant that they developed a fatty, waxlike, or oily substance.
secretagogic (adjective), more secretagogic, most secretagogic
1. Descriptive of a substance that causes or stimulates secretion; such as, a hormone.
2. That which stimulates secreting organs.
secretagogue, secretogogue (s) (noun); secretagogues, secretogogues (pl)
1. An agent that promotes, or stimulates, secretion. Also sebiagogic.
2. A hormone or other agent that causes, or increases, secretion.
1. Any agent that increases the flow of saliva.
2. Stimulating salivation.
sialagogue, sialogogue
1. Any substance that promotes or stimulates the flow of saliva; also ptyalagogue.
2. A drug or other agent that increases the flow of saliva.
Stimulating the flow of juice or an agent that has such an effect.
synagogue, synagog
1. The regular assembly or congregation of the Jews for religious instruction and worship apart from the service of the temple, constituting, since the destruction of the temple, their sole form of public worship; hence, the religious organization of the Jews as typified by this, the Jewish communion.
2. The Great Synagogue: a Jewish council of 120 members, said to have been founded and presided over by Ezra after the return from the Babylonian captivity.

Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "master, lead, leading, ruler, ruling, govern": agon-; arch-; -crat; dom-; gov-; magist-; poten-; regi-; tyran-.