Great Word of the Day: Logophile

As a life-long lover of language with a passion for words – big and small – this wonderful word is the perfect way to begin the “Great Word of the Day” series.

Logophile

law-guh-fahyl, loguh– ]

This noun means a lover of words.

Word Origin

Logophile has its origins in ancient Greek. It comes from the word logo- which literally means “word and -phile, or -philos in Greek, which is a lover or enthusiast of something.

How to use logophile

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Maria Power | Powerhouse of Writing


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