logion

noun
lo·​gi·​on | \ˈlō-gē-ˌän \
plural logia\ ˈlō-​gē-​ˌä \ or logions

Definition of logion 

: saying especially : a saying attributed to Jesus

First Known Use of logion

1864, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for logion

Greek, diminutive of logos

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