-logo

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-logo m

  1. -logist, -ist, -er (member of a profession etc)

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Portuguese[edit]

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  • stressed in the antepenultimate syllable
  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /lo.ɡu/

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-logo m ‎(feminine -loga, plural -logos, feminine plural -logas)

  1. (sciences) -logist; -logue (forms the names of professionals and scholars working in a given scientific field)

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Spanish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈ-.lo.ɣo], always stressed on previous vowel.

Etymology[edit]

From Latin -logus, from Ancient Greek -λόγος ‎(-lógos).

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-logo m

  1. -logist (one who studies)

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