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lodging a place to live in, esp. temporarily; dwelling. [2 definitions]
lodgment the act of lodging or condition of being lodged. [3 definitions]
loess a fine-grained chalky soil, usu. yellowish brown or gray, believed to consist of windblown dust.
loft an open space or room just under the roof; attic. [7 definitions]
lofty of great height; high. [3 definitions]
log1 a large, thick piece of a tree trunk or large tree limb, esp. a long piece of trunk ready for sawing. [7 definitions]
log2 logarithm.
loganberry a prickly plant grown for its edible berry. [2 definitions]
logarithm a number that represents the power to which a certain fixed number, or base, must be raised to equal some other given number.
logbook any book for keeping records of events, navigation details, or the like; log.
log cabin a small, simple, typically one-storied dwelling made from logs.
loge a small compartment or enclosure, esp. a theater box. [2 definitions]
logger one who works in logging; lumberjack.
loggerhead any of various very large sea turtles with large beaked heads, esp. a carnivorous sea turtle of the southern and western Atlantic. [2 definitions]
loggia a roofed gallery, arcade, or porch with at least one open side, esp. one that serves as an entrance space or one on an upper level.
logging the work or business of felling trees, trimming and cutting them into logs, and transporting these to a sawmill.
logic reasoning, or the study of reasoning. [4 definitions]
-logical of or relating to the science, study, or principles of; -logic.
logical in accord with the rules of logic. [3 definitions]
logical positivism a movement in philosophy that views philosophy as a way of analyzing and criticizing science, and that holds that all statements not based on observation, experience, or the rules of language are meaningless.
logician one who has expert knowledge of formal logic.