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word-forming element meaning "eater," from stem of Greek phagein "to eat," from PIE root *bhag- "to share out, apportion; to get a share."
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before vowels mer-, word-forming element meaning "part, partial, fraction," from Greek meros "a part, a fraction," from PIE root *(s)mer- (2) "to get a share of something."
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mid-15c., "heraldic mark;" 1530s, "knowledge, act or state of knowing," abstract noun from the past-participle stem of Latin cognoscere "to get to know, recognize" (see cognizance, which is now the usual word).