noun, plural lo·gan·ber·ries.
- logan stone,
- logan, james,
- logan, joshua,
- logan, mount,
- logania family,
Origin of loganberry
Examples from the Web for loganberry
The Loganberry, for instance, is said to be a cross between a Raspberry and a Bramble.The Romance of Plant Life|G. F. Scott Elliot
Baked apricot roll, blackberry roll, huckleberry roll, or loganberry roll.
Mix one quart of loganberry juice, one quart of water, one pound of sugar, and the juice of two lemons.
Adair MacKenzie was feeling somewhat talkative after his long refreshing drink of loganberry juice.Nan Sherwood on the Mexican Border|Annie Roe Carr
noun plural -ries
- the purplish-red acid fruit of this plant
- (as modifier)loganberry pie
Word Origin for loganberry
1893, American English, named for U.S. horticulturalist James H. Logan (1841-1928), who developed it by crossing a blackberry and a raspberry.