noun log·o·dae·da·ly \ˌlägəˈdēdəlē, -ˈded-\

Definition of logodaedaly



  1. :  arbitrary or capricious coinage of words

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Origin and Etymology of logodaedaly

Late Latin logodaedalia, from Late Greek logodaidalia, from Greek logodaidalos skilled in verbal legerdemain (from log- speech, word + daidalos skillful, ingeniously formed) + -ia -y — more at condole

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to cast off or become cast off

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