Logogriph



[law-guh-grif, log-uh-] /ˈlɔ gə grɪf, ˈlɒg ə-/

noun
1.
an anagram, or a puzzle involving anagrams.
2.
a puzzle in which a certain word, and other words formed from any or all of its letters, must be guessed from indications given in a set of verses.
/ˈlɒɡəʊˌɡrɪf/
noun
1.
a word puzzle, esp one based on recombination of the letters of a word
n.

a type of word puzzle based on synonyms, etc., and often in the form of a verse, 1590s, from French logogriphe, from Greek logos (see logos) + griphos “riddle,” literally “fishing basket.”

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