a combining form used in the names of kinds of discourse, spoken or written: analogue; monologue; travelogue.
Also, -log.

< French < Latin -logus < Greek -logos. See logos

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-logue or (US) -log
n combining form
indicating speech or discourse of a particular kind: travelogue; monologue
[from French, from Greek -logos]
-log or (US) -log
n combining form
[from French, from Greek -logos]

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suffix meaning "one who is immersed in or driven by," mostly from Fr.-derived words, from Gk. -logos, -logon, but now mostly superseded by -loger, -logist except in ideologue and a few others.
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