logomachy[lō gäm′ə kē]
logomachy definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. logomachies
strife or contention in words only, or an argument about words
Origin: Classical Greek logomachia ; from logos, a word (see logic) plush -machia, -machy
logomachy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. lo·gom·a·chies
- A dispute about words.
- A dispute carried on in words only; a battle of words.
Origin: Greek logomakhiā, from logomakhein, to fight about words : logo-, logo- + makhē, battle.