logophor

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Introduced by French linguist Claude Hagège, 1974.

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logophor (plural logophors)

  1. (linguistics) A reflexive pronoun with discourse antecedents; i.e. a reflexive pronoun whose antecedent does not occur in the sentence itself.
    Antonyms: anaphor

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