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Treated as plural. The name given to a Christian group of the 2nd cent. a.d., regarded as heretical and alleged to have rejected the writings of St John and especially his doctrine of the Logos.
Late 16th century; earliest use found in Meredith Hanmer (1543–1604), Church of England and Church of Ireland clergyman and historian. From post-classical Latin Alogi, name of a sect from Byzantine Greek ἀλόγοι, use as noun of masculine plural of ancient Greek ἄλογος unreasoning, irrational, absurd from ἀ- + λογος.
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