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logomachy (noun) – 1. A dispute about words.
2. A dispute carried on in words only; a battle of words.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : English logomachy comes straight from the Greek noun logomachía “battle of words.” The Greek noun is very rare and also very late, first used in the First Epistle to Timothy, traditionally attributed to St. Paul (c5-67 a.d.). Logomachy entered English at the end of the 16th century.

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