Definition of sillograph in English:

sillograph

noun

rare
  • A writer of satires or lampoons.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Isaac D'Israeli (1766–1848), writer. From (i) post-classical Latin sillographus writer of satires or lampoons.

Pronunciation

sillograph

/ˈsɪləɡrɑːf//ˈsɪləɡraf/