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logy

adjective lo·gy \ˈlō-gē\

: not able to think or move normally because of being tired, sick, etc.

lo·gi·erlo·gi·est

Full Definition of LOGY

Variants of LOGY

lo·gy also log·gy \ˈl-gē, ˈlä-\

Examples of LOGY

  1. <the next morning I was feeling logy, having stayed up half the night>

Origin of LOGY

perhaps from Dutch log heavy; akin to Middle Low German luggich lazy
First Known Use: 1847

Rhymes with LOGY

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