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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: One skilled in using or coining words.
From Latin logodaedalia, from Greek logodaidalia, from logodaidalos, from logos (word) + daedalus (skillful). Earliest documented use: 1727.
“She also solicited the aid of other Russian scholars, especially the chess master and logodaedalist Gennady Barabtarlo, who helped solve the riddles Vladimir posed for Vera.”
Brian Boyd; Letters; The New York Times Book Review; Nov 29, 2015.
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