travelogue

or trav·e·log

[trav-uh-lawg, -log]

Origin of travelogue

1900–05, Americanism; blend of travel and monologue
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Examples from the Web for travelogues

Historical Examples of travelogues

  • One could economize on her wardrobe and travel on the savings giving little "Travelogues" to those less fortunate.


British Dictionary definitions for travelogues

travelogue

sometimes US travelog

noun
  1. a film, lecture, or brochure on travels and travelling

Word Origin for travelogue

C20: from travel + -logue
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Word Origin and History for travelogues

travelogue

n.

"a talk on travel," 1903, a hybrid word coined by U.S. traveler Burton Holmes (1870-1958) from travel + Greek-derived -logue, abstracted from monologue.

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