-logue


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-logue

or -log
suff.
Speech; discourse: travelogue.

[French, from Greek -logos, from legein, to speak; see leg- in Indo-European roots.]
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-logue

or

-log

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

or -log

a combining form meaning “a kind of discourse, speech, literary work, etc.” ( dialogue; epilogue; monologue), “something having a correspondence or relationship” ( analogue; homologue), “a specialist (in a given field)” (Sinologue).
[< French < Latin -logus < Greek -logos. See logos]
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