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Alogi

[ ey-loh-gahy ]
/ eɪˈloʊ gaɪ /
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noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
a group of Christians in the 2nd century a.d. who rejected the doctrine of the Logos.
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Origin of Alogi

1150–1200; <Medieval Latin <Greek álogoi, plural of álogos, equivalent to a-a-6 + -logos, adj. derivative of lógos speech, word, the Word
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