(noun) Defined as a lover of words, a logophile is enamored with the syntax, the connotation, the expectation and seduction of language. They place value on the importance of expressing oneself in the most intellectual and accurate manner possible. For them, language represents an existential need for expression and leisure. The beauty of the word itself lies in its ancient Greek origin and its powerful significance in society. Words are the only medium of the conceptual, which translates into the physical world.
- etymology: logo (word) + phile (fondness for or love of)