dyslogia

dyslogia

[dis-loh-juh, -jee-uh]
noun Pathology.
inability to express ideas because of faulty reasoning or speech, due to a mental disorder.

Origin:
1880–85; < Neo-Latin < Greek dys- dys- + lóg(os) speech + -ia -ia

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dyslogia dys·lo·gi·a (dĭs-lō'jē-ə, -jə)
n.

  1. Difficulty in the expression of ideas or of the ability to speak.

  2. Impairment of the ability to reason or to think logically as a result of a mental disorder.

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