-logic

-logic

a combining form used in the formation of adjectives corresponding to nouns ending in -logy:, analogic.

Origin:
< Greek -logikós. See logic

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-logy
 
n combining form
1.  indicating the science or study of: musicology
2.  indicating writing, discourse, or body of writings: trilogy; phraseology; martyrology
 
[from Latin -logia, from Greek, from logos word; see logos]
 
-logical
 
adj combining form
 
-logic
 
adj combining form
 
-logist
 
n combining form

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