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logogriph

Syllabification: log·o·griph
Pronunciation: /ˈlôɡəˌɡrif, ˈläɡə-/

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Definition of logogriph in English:

noun

A puzzle involving anagrams, especially one in which a number of words that can be spelled using a group of letters are to be identified from their synonyms introduced into a set of verses.

Origin

late 16th century: from Greek logos 'word' + griphos 'fishing basket, riddle'.

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