Word of the day

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logy (adj) – Characterised by lethargy; sluggish.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : Based on surface resemblance, you might guess that logy (also sometimes spelled loggy) is related to groggy, but that’s not the case. Groggy ultimately comes from “Old Grog,” the nickname of an English admiral who was notorious for his cloak made of a fabric called grogram—and for adding water to his crew’s rum. The sailors called the rum mixture grog after the admiral. Because of the effect of grog, groggy came to mean “weak and unsteady on the feet or in action.” No one is really sure about the origin of logy, but experts speculate that it comes from the Dutch word log, meaning “heavy.”