Definition of -logue in English:

-logue

Syllabification: -logue
(also -log)

combining form

1Denoting discourse of a specified type: dialogue
2Denoting compilation: catalogue
3 equivalent to -logist.

Origin

from French -logue, from Greek -logos, -logon.

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