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Friday, September 6

Logy

[loh-ɡē]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Unknown, 19th century

1.

Lacking vitality

2.

Sluggish or lethargic

Examples of Logy in a sentence

"My parents did not appreciate my logy approach to cleaning the dishes."

"I slept poorly last night, so I am feeling logy and slow this morning."

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About Logy

Chronic fatigue, which could cause one to be logy and lethargic in everyday life, is actually a diagnosable medical condition. However, as much as 90% of cases of chronic fatigue go undiagnosed.

Did you Know?

No one is really sure about the origin of logy, but a common theory is that it stems from the Dutch word log ("heavy" or "dull").

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