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logos, plural;
  1. A symbol or other small design adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniform, vehicles, etc
    • - the Olympic logo was emblazoned across their jackets

  1. a company emblem or device
  2. (logos) Son: the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
  3. A logo is a graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organization (a logotype or wordmark). ...
  4. Logo is an ethnic group of Sudan and Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is also a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by more than 200,000 people in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  5. LOGO is a computer programming language used for functional programming. It is an adaptation and dialect of the Lisp language; some have called it Lisp without the parentheses. ...
  6. Logo is an American digital cable television channel owned by Viacom's MTV Networks division. Launched in June 2005, the channel's programs are geared towards the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. ...
  7. Logos (or ; Greek logos) is an important term in philosophy, analytical psychology, rhetoric and religion. Originally a word meaning "word," "speech," "account," or "reason,"Henry George Liddell and Robert Scott, : logos, 1889. ...
  8. LOGOS cards is a collectible card game developed for Second Life. The game was first conceptualized by Florian Kraner in 2008. Development began in earnest early 2009 with the addition of Darien Caldwell to the creative team. The full game was released on July 1, 2010.
  9. A symbol or emblem that acts as a trademark or a means of identification of an institution or other entity; A single graphic which contains one or more separate elements; An ensign, a badge of office, rank, or power
  10. (logos) In Presocratic philosophy, the principle governing the cosmos. In Stoicism, the active, material, rational principle of the cosmos; Among the Sophists, the topics of rational argument; In Aristotelian philosophy, the appeal to reason; A form of rhetoric in which the writer or speaker ...
  11. (Logos) (Gr. "word"). A symbol for Christ, the word incarnate, or "word made Flesh:' which is also called "the Word of God" (cf. John, 1:1-4).
  12. (Logos) (Greek, “word,” “speech,” “reason.”) See Word.
  13. (Logos) God. The Cosmic Being who ensouls a planet (Planetary Logos), a solar system (Solar Logos), a galaxy (Galactic Logos) and so on to infinity.
  14. (Logos) The deity manifested through every nation and people. The outward expression, or the effect of the cause which is ever concealed. Thus, speech is the Logos of thought, hence it is aptly translated by the "verbum" and the "word" in its metaphysical sense. (See John 1:1-3.).
  15. (Logos) classical Greek.  Verb, word.  Through this word Divinity is alluded-to.  The Trinity in its three aspects are the three Logoi.  The Father is the First Logos, the Son is the Second Logos, the Holy Spirit is the Third Logos.
  16. (logos) word, reason, plan; divine reason as the source of order in the world
  17. (Logos) a logical appeal focusing on thought, reason, and order. Whereas ethos and pathos appeal to our abilities to trust and feel, logos appeals to the rational, to our ability to think. It is the backbone of any/every academic argument and gains its structure from claims and reasons. ...
  18. (LOGOS) GREEK: “word" – the unchanging, inerrant, creative and inspired word of God. (See Psalm 119:89: “For ever, O Lord, Thy  word [logos] is settled in heaven.” ) (See also Second Timothy 3:16 and First Corinthians 2:13.) Logos is the entire written Word of God - the Holy Bible. ...
  19. (Logos) (1) word; (2) reason, logic; (3) the creative or formative principle of the Cosmos
  20. (Logos) (Greek) plural logoi. Word; expressive cosmic intelligence manifested in every rational being. With Plato, that power of the mind which is manifested in speech; its relation to nous or intelligence is not always clearly distinguished. ...
  21. (Logos) (Greek-Latin) Meaningful word, logical decision or judgment, human intellect; divine reason, world reason, God's Word as the force which created the world; revelation.
  22. (Logos) A logical proof, or logos, is based on reasoning (p. FF-82).
  23. (Logos) An Identity of Divinity in the manifested Cosmos who holds in focus a vast ‘group consciousness’ and who, by doing this, is responsible for the evolution (in consciousness and form) of all beings in a system. ...
  24. (Logos) An ancient Pagan Greek term meaning "word" or "reason", and used to indicate the concept that the universe was governed by a higher form of intelligence. St. ...
  25. (Logos) Aristotelian concept associated with persuasion; proof or apparent proof provided by the words used in the speech. [SHH]