[ loh-goh ]
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noun,plural lo·gos.
  1. Also called logotype. a graphic representation or symbol of a company name, trademark, abbreviation, etc., often uniquely designed for ready recognition.

  2. Printing. logotype (def. 1).

Origin of logo

By shortening of logotype or logogram

Other definitions for LOGO (2 of 3)

[ loh-goh ]

  1. a high-level programming language widely used to teach children how to use computers.

Origin of LOGO

<Greek lógos word (see logos), spelled as if an acronym

Other definitions for logo- (3 of 3)


  1. a combining form appearing in loanwords from Greek, where it meant “word,” “speech” (logography); on this model, used in the formation of new compound words (logotype).

Origin of logo-

<Greek logo-, combining form of lógoslogos
  • Also especially before a vowel, log-.

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How to use logo in a sentence

  • Besides, she generally called him 'logo,' as all his friends did.

    The Diva's Ruby | F. Marion Crawford
  • I told him that I would not do anything to make trouble between you and logo.

    The Diva's Ruby | F. Marion Crawford
  • So's logo, for that matter, but she doesn't think a great deal of Greeks.

    The Diva's Ruby | F. Marion Crawford
  • If the girl's the party, logo beats the band for brass, that's all I can say!'

    The Diva's Ruby | F. Marion Crawford
  • Uncaptioned illustrations are decorative Headpieces or the publisher's logo on the Title page.

British Dictionary definitions for logo (1 of 2)


/ (ˈləʊɡəʊ, ˈlɒɡ-) /

nounplural -os

British Dictionary definitions for logo- (2 of 2)


combining form
  1. indicating word or speech: logogram

Origin of logo-

from Greek; see logos

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