noun, plural lo·gos.
Origin of logo
Origin of LOGO
Origin of logo-
Examples from the Web for logo
Contemporary Examples of logo
An older bro wore a red bow tie and a yarmulke emblazoned with the “TEAM MITCH” logo as he stared down at his smartphone intently.Mitch’s Brotastic Victory Bash
November 5, 2014
“Font, logo, edge finish, surface finish … everything is different from ours,” said Sung Hwang, the general manager.Patients Screwed in Spine Surgery ‘Scam’
The Center for Investigative Reporting
November 3, 2014
I realized when he sat down that he had made his T-shirt logo with a pen.A Gay American Artist in Kaiser’s Berlin
Sarah Bay Williams
August 10, 2014
The guys that I was partnering with early on wanted the logo to be a guy opening his trench coat.The Movie Nudity Maestro: Jim McBride on 15 Years of Mr. Skin and That Scarlett Johansson Scene
August 9, 2014
Brien told USA Today in 2011 that the logo was not offensive.The Native Americans Who Voted for ‘The Fighting Sioux’
June 26, 2014
Historical Examples of logo
Paciencia; logo, logo,” was his answer—“Patience; soon, soon we shall be there.On the Banks of the Amazon
Besides, she generally called him 'Logo,' as all his friends did.
I told him that I would not do anything to make trouble between you and Logo.
So's Logo, for that matter, but she doesn't think a great deal of Greeks.
If the girl's the party, Logo beats the band for brass, that's all I can say!'
noun plural -os
Word Origin for logo-
1937, probably a shortening of logogram "sign or character representing a word."
before vowels log-, word-forming element meaning "speech, word," from Greek logos "word" (see logos).