log|o|graph|ic


log|o|graph|ic
log|o|graph|ic «LG uh GRAF ihk, LOG-», adjective.
1. of or having to do with logography.
2. consisting of characters or signs each representing a single word.
log´o|graph´i|cal|ly, adverb.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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