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ălŏgĭa, ae, f., = ἀλογία

  1. I. Irration al conduct or action, folly: ne tibi alogias excutiam, Sen. Mort. Claud. 7.
  2. II. Dumbness, muteness, Aug. Ep. 86.

ălŏgus, a, um, adj., = ἄλογος.

  1. I. In gen., destitute of reason, irrational: animalia, Aug. Ep. 86.
  2. II. Esp.
    1. A. In math.: aloga linea, one that does not correspond with another, Capitol. 6 fin.
    2. B. In verse: alogus pes, irregular, which corresponds with no kind of measure, Capitol. 9, p. 329.