logophobe etymology

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

Detailed word origin of logophobe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
nuptial English (eng) Capable, or characteristic, of breeding.. Of or pertaining to wedding and marriage.
logo- English (eng) Pertaining to a word or to the act of speech.
logophobe English (eng) One who has logophobia.

Words with the same origin as logophobe

Descendants of nuptial
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Descendants of logo-
logocentric logocentrism logocrat logocratic logogen logogenic logogram logography logolatry logological logology logomancy logomaniac logometric logopathy logophile logoplegia logorrhœa logosphere logotherapeutic logotherapy logotype