Logi

[law-gee, loh-]
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noun Scandinavian Mythology.

a man, a personification of fire, who defeated Loki in an eating contest.

Origin of Logi

< Old Norse: literally, fire
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Examples from the Web for logi

Historical Examples of logi

  • But Logi on the other side was leaving plate after plate emptied.

  • "But Logi has eaten the bones with the meat," said the Giant King.

  • Next in order is the river Abona, and the inhabitants near it, the Logi.

  • The Logi seem to have held the south-east of Strathnavern, and north-east of Sutherland.

  • Loki, who was a great eater, proposed a feast, and the king called Logi to come out and compete with him.