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From Ancient Greek λόγος (logos), speech, oration, discourse, quote, story, study, ratio, word, calculation, reason).

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Logos

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Logos (uncountable)
  1. Patrono:Philosophy In Presocratic philosophy, the principle governing the cosmos. Among the Sophists, the topics of rational argument. In Stoicism, the active, material, rational principle of the cosmos
  2. (grammar) A form of rhetoric in which the writer or speaker uses logic as the main argument
  3. Patrono:Judaism The word of God, which itself has creative power; a hypostasis associated with divine wisdom
  4. Patrono:Christianity The creative word of God, which is itself God and incarnate in Christ
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logos

  1. Plural form of logo.

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Logos (singulative [[logosen#Patrono:Kw|logosen]])[[Category:Patrono:Kw nouns|Logos]]

  1. mice

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lȏgos m. [[Category:Patrono:Hr nouns|Logos]]

  1. logos

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Patrono:Eo-verb-form

  1. will entice, will lure

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logos m.

  1. Plural form of logo.

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logos m. inv.

  1. logos

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logos

  1. Plural locative form of logs. (In) windows.
singular plural
nominative logs logi
genitive loga logu
dative logam logiem
accusative logu logus
locative logā logos
vocative log logi

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