-log

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Etymology[edit]

From French -logue, from Ancient Greek -λόγος (-lógos, one who speaks (in a certain manner)).

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-log

  1. Used to denote discourse of a specified kind.
  2. Used to denote compilation.
  3. (rare) -logist.

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Suffix[edit]

-log (definite singular -logen, indefinite plural -loger, definite plural -logerna)

  1. -logist, describing a scientist, e.g. ekolog, hydrolog, kosmolog
  2. -logue, describing a kind of speech, e.g. analog, dialog, katalog

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