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Word of the Day – Logy

By February 10, 2017Word of the Day

Logy (adj)


Dull and heavy in motion or thought; sluggish: Unable to think or move normally because of being tired, or sick.

The origin of “logy,” is uncertain but experts believe that it comes from the Dutch word log, meaning “heavy.” Its first recorded use in English, from an 1847 London newspaper, refers to a “loggy stroke” in rowing..

Example sentences

“I’m not sure what’s wrong, I just feel logy.”

“Thankfully the logy wasp was too cold to do any damage and it just crawled around aimlessly.”

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