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Attested from the 19th century, of uncertain origin, perhaps from Dutch log "heavy, dull".
- Slow to respond or react; lethargic.
Nominalization of the -logy suffix.
logy (plural logies)
- terms formed with the -logy suffix.
- 1856 The many Logies and Isms that have lately come into vogue. (Joseph Young, Demonology; or, the Scripture doctrine of Devils, p. 372, cited after OED).