Logomachy



[loh-gom-uh-kee] /loʊˈgɒm ə ki/

noun, plural logomachies.
1.
a dispute about or concerning words.
2.
an argument or debate marked by the reckless or incorrect use of words; meaningless battle of words.
3.
a game played with cards, each bearing one letter, with which words are formed.
/lɒˈɡɒməkɪ/
noun (pl) -chies
1.
argument about words or the meaning of words
n.

“contention about, or with, words,” 1560s, from logo- + -machy.

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