logographer etymology

English word logographer comes from English logo- (Pertaining to a word or to the act of speech.), English -grapher

Detailed word origin of logographer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
logo- English (eng) Pertaining to a word or to the act of speech.
-grapher English (eng) A machine which notates a specified subject. Someone who writes about a specified subject, or in a specified manner.
logographer English (eng) A chronicler; one who writes history in a condensed manner with short simple sentences. One skilled in logography.

Words with the same origin as logographer

Descendants of logo-
logocentric logocentrism logocrat logocratic logogen logogenic logogram logography logolatry logological logology logomancy logomaniac logometric logopathy logophile logophobe logoplegia logorrhœa logosphere logotherapeutic logotherapy logotype
Descendants of -grapher
angiographer calendographer chalcographer chirographer cometographer cryptographer demographer demonographer elegiographer ethnographer geographer glossographer heresiographer histographer mimographer mythographer paleographer paramiographer petrographer seismographer stereotypographer tasseographer