Referent vs Logological - What's the difference?

referent | logological |


As a noun referent

is referee (person who gives a reference).

As an adjective logological is

of or pertaining to logology; related to the study of words.

referent

Noun

(en noun)
  • (semantics) The specific entity in the world that a word or phrase identifies or denotes.
  • That which is referenced.
  • Derived terms

    * absent referent

    Anagrams

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    logological

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Of or pertaining to logology; related to the study of words.
  • (linguistics) Of or pertaining to conceptual patterns or mental categories of words and their referents.
  • * 2007 , Rafael Art Javier, The Bilingual Mind: Thinking, feeling and speaking in two languages , page 26
  • When the "particular-experiential structures " (infralogical structures) are encoded and organized into kinds (or classes, relations, or propositions), logological structures are said to be in place.
  • (theology, philosophy, rare) Of or pertaining to the doctrine of logos.
  • See also

    * logologic