LOGOS - 17. A tale, fable, or story 18. A narrative 19. A...

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Meanings of the word  LOGOS  in Greek 1.  Word, that by which an inward thought is expressed 2.  The inward thought itself 3.  Voice; that which is said or spoken 4.  Speech, language, talk 5.  Saying or statement 6.  An oracle, maxim or proverb 7.  An assertion 8.  A promise 9.  A resolution 10.  A command 11.  Consent 12.  A condition 13.  Discourse, conversation 14.  An expression 15.  Power to speak
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16.  Talk, report, repute
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Unformatted text preview: 17. A tale, fable, or story 18. A narrative 19. A history 20. A proposition, position or principle; that which is stated 21. Thought 22. Reason 23. An opinion, expectation 24. A reason, ground, or plea 25. Account, consideration, esteem, regard 26. Due relation, proportion 27. Analogy 28. Meaning 29. Defense 30. Phallus [i.e., male sexual organ]...
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