plural noun Alo·gi \(ˈ)āˈlōˌgī, -lä-, -lȯ-\

Definition of Alogi

  1. :  the early opponents of the Logos doctrine expressed in the Gospel of John and in the book of Revelation

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Origin and Etymology of alogi

Medieval Latin, from Late Greek Alogoi, plural of Alogos (after Greek alogos absurd, speechless), from Greek a- 2a- + logos word of God, word, reason — more at legend

First Known Use: 1576

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capable of being understood in two ways

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