[loh-gee] /ˈloʊ gi/
adjective, logier, logiest.
lacking physical or mental energy or vitality; sluggish; dull; lethargic.
a combining form used in the names of sciences or bodies of knowledge:
a termination of nouns referring to writing, discourses, collections, etc.:
adjective logier, logiest
(mainly US) dull or listless
indicating the science or study of: musicology
indicating writing, discourse, or body of writings: trilogy, phraseology, martyrology
“dull and heavy,” 1848, American English, perhaps from Dutch log “heavy, dull” + -y (2); cf. Middle Low German luggich “sleepy, sluggish.” Or perhaps a variant of loggy.
word-forming element meaning “a speaking, discourse, treatise, doctrine, theory, science,” from Greek -logia (often via French -logie or Medieval Latin -logia), from root of legein “to speak;” thus, “the character or deportment of one who speaks or treats of (a certain subject);” see lecture (n.).
Science; theory; study: dermatology.
/ˈləʊˈhɑːn/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) another word for arhat
[loh-uh n-grin, -green] /ˈloʊ ən grɪn, -ˌgrin/ noun 1. the son of Parzival, and a knight of the Holy Grail. 2. (italics) an opera (composed 1846–48; premiere 1850) by Richard Wagner. /ˈləʊɪnɡrɪn/ noun 1. (in German legend) a son of Parzival and knight of the Holy Grail
[loh-ahy-uh-sis] /loʊˈaɪ ə sɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. infestation with the parasitic eye worm, Loa loa, of the subcutaneous tissues and orbit: endemic in West Africa. loiasis lo·i·a·sis (lō-ī’ə-sĭs) n. A chronic disease caused by infestation of the subcutaneous connective tissue of the body with the worm Loa loa and characterized by hyperemia, exudation of fluid, […]
[loid] /lɔɪd/ Slang. verb (used with object) 1. to open (a locked door) by sliding a thin piece of or plastic between the door edge and doorframe to force open a spring lock. noun 2. a thin piece of or plastic so used, as by a burglar. verb [fr celluloid]