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Etymology 1

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From Latin logica, from a noun use of the feminine form of logicus. Doublet of logica.

Noun

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loica f (plural loiche)

  1. (archaic) Alternative form of logica

Etymology 2

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See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

Noun

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loica f (plural loiche)

  1. female equivalent of loico
    • 14th c., Franco Sacchetti, “Novella CXXXVII. [Novel 137]”, in Novelle di Franco Sacchetti - Parte prima[1], published 1724, page 227:
      Ora in queſta voglio moſtrare, come la loro legge ha già vinto gran dottori e come elle ſono grandiſſime loiche, quando elle vogliono
      [Ora in questa voglio mostrare, come la loro legge ha già vinto gran dottori e come elle sono grandissime loiche, quando elle vogliono]
      Now, in this one [novel], I want to show how their [the Florentine women's] law has already beaten great scholars, and how they [the Florentine women] are great reasoners, when they wish to be.

Further reading

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  • logica in Treccani.it – Vocabolario Treccani on line, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana

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Noun

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loica f (plural loicas)

  1. meadowlark (of the Leistes genus)

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