Nearby words

  1. lofting,
  2. lofting iron,
  3. lofting, hugh,
  4. loftsman,
  5. lofty,
  6. log book,
  7. log chip,
  8. log in,
  9. log jam,
  10. log line

Origin of log

1
1350–1400; Middle English logge, variant of lugge pole, limb of tree; compare obsolete logget pole; see lugsail, logbook

Related formslog·gish, adjectiveun·logged, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for logged

log

1
/ (lɒɡ) /

noun

verb logs, logging or logged

Word Origin for log

C14: origin obscure

log

2
/ (lɒɡ) /

noun

short for logarithm
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Word Origin and History for logged
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Science definitions for logged

log

[ lôg ]

A logarithm.
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Idioms and Phrases with logged

log

In addition to the idiom beginning with log

  • log in

also see:

  • easy as pie (rolling off a log)
  • like a bump on a log
  • sleep like a log
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