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- n. Scientific study of words.
- n. The study of logos.
- n. The study of words for recreational purposes with an emphasis on letter patterns.
- n. The study of words in search for divine truth, compare numerology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The doctrine of the Logos.
Logos-doctrine of John's Gospel, for this logology has seemed to afford support to the Arian and Athanasian formulae alike, and its interpretation is not settled.
If we broaden the Philonic approach to include images and figures of speech as well as the literal or referential materials of language, we may speak of the “logology” of poets and artists as well as of theologians and philosophers (Burke, Rhetoric of
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