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logography

[ loh-gog-ruh-fee ]
/ loʊˈgɒg rə fi /
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noun
printing with logotypes.
a method of longhand reporting, each of several reporters in succession taking down a few words.
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Origin of logography

First recorded in 1775–85, logography is from the Greek word logographía speech writing. See logo-, -graphy

OTHER WORDS FROM logography

lo·gog·ra·pher, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for logography

logography
/ (lɒˈɡɒɡrəfɪ) /

noun
(formerly) a method of longhand reporting

Derived forms of logography

logographer, noun
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