noun lo·gog·ra·pher \lōˈgägrəfə(r)\

Definition of logographer



  1. :  a prose writer in ancient Greece

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Origin and Etymology of logographer

Greek logographos prose writer (from log- + -graphos writer, from graphein to write) + English -er — more at carve

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