logo & log



These
ROOT-WORDS are LOGO & LOG which come from the Greek meaning WORD. Several of the words on the list tend to show the extremes to which people go when using words, but these extremes need not worry you if you know your ROOTS.


1. Logic : LOG ic (loj’ ik) n.

Science that deals with speech and reason


2. Logical : LOG ical (loj’ i kall) adj.

Relating to logic; reasonable


3. Logicaster : LOG icaster (loj’ ik as ter) n.

One who dabbles in logic and does not really know it


4. Logician : LOG ician (loo jish’ an) n.

One skilled in logic


5. Logicize : LOG icize (loj’ i size) v.

To use logic to reason


6. Logistics : LOG istics (lo jis’ tiks) n.

That branch of military art which deals with details of transport, etc


7. Logicity : LOG icity (lo jis’ i ti) n.

The worship of logic


8. Logolatry : LOGO latry (lo gol’ a tri) n.

The worship of logic


9. Logomania : LOGO mania (log a may’ ni a) n.

A mania for talking


10. Logodaedaly : LOGO daedaly (log o ded’ a li) n.

Playing with words; verbal legerdemain



11. Logogogue : LOGO gogue (log’ o gog) n.

One who legislates about words


12. Logogram : LOGO gram (log’ o gram) n.

A word letter that for the sake of brevity represents a word


13. Logos : LOGOS (loe’ gos) n.

The word; the rational principle in the universe


14. Logogriph : LOGO griph (log’ o grif) n.

A word puzzle; a logogram


15. Logomachy : LOGO machy (lo gom’ a kee) n.

War of words


16. Logorrhea : LOGO rrihea (lo o ree’ a) n.

A flux of words; excessively wordy


17. Logometric : LOGO metric (log o met’ rik) adj.

Measuring chemical equivalents


18. Logopedics : LOGO pedics (log o pee’ diks) n.

Science of treating speech defects


19. Logographer : LOGO grapher (to gog’ ra fer) n.

A speech writer

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