logue

logue
mel·o·logue;
mono·poly·logue;
nec·ro·logue;
phil·o·logue;
phys·i·o·logue;
pi·an·o·logue;
pseu·do·logue;
psy·cho·logue;
seis·mo·logue;
sino·logue;
the·o·logue;
tri·a·logue;
an·a·logue;
di·a·logue;
ep·i·logue;
mon·o·logue;
pro·logue;
gram·ma·logue;
ho·moeo·logue;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Logue — steht für: Christopher Logue (* 1926), britischer Dichter Donal Logue (* 1966), kanadischer Schauspieler Lionel Logue (1880–1953), australischer Sprachtherapeut Michael Logue (1840–1924), irischer Geistlicher Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • -logue — suffix meaning one who is immersed in or driven by, mostly from French derived words, ultimately from Gk. logos, logon. Now mostly superseded by loger, logist except in ideologue and a few others. As a combining element meaning kind of discourse …   Etymology dictionary

  • -logue — [lôg, läg] [Fr < L logus < Gr logos < logos: see LOGIC] combining form 1. a (specified kind of) speaking or writing [Decalogue] 2. a student or scholar (in a specified field) [Sinologue] …   English World dictionary

  • -logue — logie, logique, logue ♦ Éléments, du gr. logia « théorie », de logos « discours ». Le suffixe logie sert à désigner des sciences, des études méthodiques (géologie, psychologie, technologie), des façons de parler, des figures de rhétorique… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -logue — comb. form (US log) 1 forming nouns denoting talk (dialogue) or compilation (catalogue). 2 = LOGIST (ideologue). Etymology: from or after F logue f. Gk logos, logon * * * (also log) comb. form 1) denoting discourse of a specified type dialogue 2) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Logue — This interesting and unusual name is of usually of Irish origin, and is now almost exclusively a Derry and East Donegal name, where it is the Anglicization of the Gaelic O Maolmhaadhog (formerly Anglicized phonetically as Mulvogue), and derived… …   Surnames reference

  • Logue — Infobox Settlement official name = Logue native name = nickname = settlement type = motto = imagesize = 300px image caption = flag size = image seal size = image shield = shield size = image blank emblem = blank emblem type = blank emblem size =… …   Wikipedia

  • -logue — or log noun combining form Etymology: French logue, from Latin logus, from Greek logos, from legein to speak more at legend 1. discourse ; talk < duologue > 2. student ; specialist < sinologue > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -logue — (US also log) combining form 1》 denoting discourse of a specified type: dialogue. 2》 denoting compilation: catalogue. 3》 equivalent to logist. Origin from Fr. logue, from Gk logos, logon …   English new terms dictionary

  • Logue, Christopher — (1926 )    Born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, he was educated at Portsmouth Grammar School and served in the British Army from 1944 to 1948. He is one of the leaders in the movement to bring poetry closer to the people and was an early pioneer in the …   British and Irish poets

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