agri-, agrio- (Greek > Latin: fields)."Wild, savage; living in the fields" through Latin, ager, agri.
1. The group of industries concerned with the processing and distribution of agricultural produce or with farm machinery and services.
2. Agriculture conducted as a modern business, especially making use of advanced technology; a farm run in this way.
A chemical used or produced in agriculture.
Tillage of the ground; husbandry; the practice of agriculture.
A husbandman; a rustic.
The science and art of cultivating the soil; including the allied pursuits of gathering in the crops and rearing live stock; tillage, husbandry, farming (in the widest sense).
A student of the science of agriculture, (but soon extended to) a professed cultivator of the land, a farmer (for which agriculturalist, is also used).
Of or pertaining to land surveying.
One who is versed in the history and customs of primitive or uncivilized peoples.
The comparative study of the history and customs of primitive, savage, or uncivilized people. Hence agriological.
An obsolete term for a wild, ferocious mania.
A branch of medicine specializing in wild animals.pre-agricultural: In anthropology, that society of people who have not yet developed agriculture as a means of subsistence.