loginess

logy

[loh-gee]
adjective, logier, logiest.
lacking physical or mental energy or vitality; sluggish; dull; lethargic.

Origin:
1840–50, Americanism; perhaps < Dutch log heavy, cumbersome + -y1

logily, adverb
loginess, noun
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logy (ˈləʊɡɪ)
 
adj , logier, logiest
chiefly (US) dull or listless
 
[C19: perhaps from Dutch log heavy]
 
'loginess
 
n

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logy
"dull and heavy," 1848, Amer.Eng., perhaps from Du. log "heavy, dull."
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-logy suff.
Science; theory; study: dermatology.

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