The Lidell-Scott Lexicon defines 'logia' as a late version of the verb 'logeia' (λογ-ία , late spelling of λογεία (q. v.).) which it defines:
λογ-εία , h(,A. [select] collection of taxes or voluntary contributions, PHib.1.51.2 (iii B. C), PTeb.58.55 (ii B. C.), POxy.239.8 (i A. D.); collection for charity, 1 Ep.Cor.16.1, Hsch.; for religious purposes, GDI4156 (Lindos), PSI2.262.3 (i A. D.); perquisite, PPar.5xxvii 6 (ii B. C.). —This unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) at 07:52, 21 December 2010.
Scholars refer to Greek verbs by the first-person singular form, not the infinitive form. In this case, instead of λέγειν one would use λέγω. This ought to be fixed globally. —This unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) at 12:13, 2 June 2010.
This claims to be Greek, not Ancient Greek. DCDuringTALK 02:07, 18 January 2011 (UTC)