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— English words —
  • log n. The trunk of a dead tree, cleared of branches.
  • log n. Any bulky piece as cut from the above, used as timber, fuel etc.
  • log n. A unit of length equivalent to 16 feet, used for measuring timber, especially the trunk of a tree.
  • log n. Anything shaped like a log; a cylinder.
  • log n. (nautical) A floating device, usually of wood, used in navigation to estimate the speed of a vessel through water.
  • log n. (figuratively) A blockhead; a very stupid person.
  • log n. (surfing slang) A longboard.
  • log n. (figuratively) A rolled cake with filling.
  • log n. (mining) A weight or block near the free end of a hoisting rope to prevent it from being drawn through the sheave.
  • log n. (vulgar) A piece of feces.
  • log v. (transitive) To cut trees into logs.
  • log v. (transitive) To cut down (trees).
  • log v. (intransitive) To cut down trees in an area, harvesting and transporting the logs as wood.
  • log n. A logbook, or journal of a vessel (or aircraft)’s progress.
  • log n. A chronological record of actions, performances, computer/network usage, etc.
  • log n. (computer science) Specifically, an append-only sequence of records written to file.
  • log v. (transitive) To make, to add an entry (or more) in a log or logbook.
  • log v. (transitive) To travel (a distance) as shown in a logbook.
  • log v. (transitive) To travel at a specified speed, as ascertained by chip log.
  • log v. (obsolete) To move to and fro; to rock.
  • log n. (historical units of measure) A Hebrew unit of liquid volume (about ⅓ L).
  • log n. logarithm.
  • -log suff. Discourse of a specified kind.
  • -log suff. Compilation.
  • -log suff. (rare) -logist.
— Translingual —
  • log sym. (mathematics) logarithm.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Albanian
    • log n. field (in a forest); flat ground, area.
    • log n. battlefield.
  • Czech
  • Danish
    • løg n. onion.
    • løg n. (slang, chiefly plural) testicle.
  • Faroese
  • Hungarian
    • lóg v. (intransitive) to hang (followed by -ról/-ről or -n/-on/-en/-ön) (to be or remain suspended).
    • lóg v. (intransitive) to play truant, play hooky (to miss school, work, etc. without suitable permission or excuse).
    • lóg v. (intransitive, slang) to hang out (with someone -val/-vel) (to spend time doing nothing in particular).
    • -log suff. (frequentative verb-forming suffix, rare) Added to a stem to form a verb denoting repetitive action.
    • -lög suff. (frequentative verb-forming suffix, rare) Added to a stem to form a verb denoting repetitive action.
  • Icelandic
    • lög n. law or laws, statute.
    • lög n. nominative plural of lag.
    • lög n. accusative plural of lag.
  • Irish
    • log n. (literary) place.
    • log n. hollow.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • log v. (non-standard since 1917) past tense of le.
  • Old english
    • log n. a place, stead.
    • log v. first-person singular preterite of lēan.
    • log v. third-person singular preterite of lēan.
  • Old irish
    • lóg n. value, equivalent, worth.
    • lóg n. reward, requital, compensation, payment, price.
  • Old norse
    • lǫg n. (uncountable, plural only) fate.
    • lǫg n. (uncountable, plural only) situation, the condition that one is given by default.
    • lǫg n. (plural only) law, laws.
    • lǫg n. (plural only) participation or fellowship in law.
    • lǫg n. (countable) a law, the law.
  • Serbo-croatian
    • log n. (archaic) bed.
  • Slovene
    • log n. grove.
    • log n. small forest.
  • Swedish
    • log v. past tense of le.
    • lög n. (archaic) bath.
    • -log suff. -logist, describing a scientist, e.g. ekolog, hydrolog, kosmolog.
    • -log suff. -logue, describing a kind of speech, e.g. analog, dialog, katalog.
    • log. n. (lexicography) Abbreviation of logic.
  • Volapük
  • Western apache
  • Westrobothnian
— English words, define in German —
  • log  S. das unförmige große Stück rohes Holz.
  • log  S. das auf einem Schiff verwendete Gerät zur Messung seiner Geschwindigkeit, ursprünglich ein Stück…
  • log  S. der fortlaufende Aufschrieb der Geschwindigkeiten und ähnlicher Informationen während einer Schiffsreise.
  • log  S. der fortlaufende Aufschrieb von Ereignissen oder Beobachtungen.
— English words, define in French —
  • log  n. Bille de bois.
  • log  n. Loch.
  • log  n. Souche.
  • log  n. Bûche.
  • log  n. Journal.
  • log  n. (Informatique) Historique.
  • log  v. Couper des arbres ou du bois.
  • log  v. (Informatique) Journaliser, enregistrer l’historique de l’activité d’un processus ou d’un utilisateur.
  • log  n. (Mathématiques) (Informatique) (Par ellipse) Logarithme.
— English words, define in Spanish —
  • log  s. Tronco, leño.
  • log  s. Bitácora.
  • log  v. Registrar en la bitácora.
— English words, define in Portuguese —
  • log  s. tora (de madeira).
  • log  s. lenha.
  • log  s. relatório, registro.
  • log  s. diário de bordo (de um navio, avião, etc).
  • log  v. fazer um registro no diário de bordo.
— In German —
  • log  V. 1. Person Singular Indikativ Präteritum Aktiv des Verbs lügen.
  • log  V. 3. Person Singular Indikativ Präteritum Aktiv des Verbs lügen.
  • Log  S. Nautik: Messgerät zur Bestimmung der Fahrgeschwindigkeit eines Schiffes.
  • Log  S. Aufzeichnung einer Fahrt oder von anderen Vorgängen: [1a]…
  • -log  nachgestelltes Wortbildungselement in Fremdwörtern aus dem…
  • -log  selten; nachgestelltes Wortbildungselement in Fremdwörtern…
  • log-  vorangestelltes Wortbildungselement, das statt logo- Wörter…
— In Dutch —
  • log  n. (scheepvaart) (verouderd) snelheidsmeter voor zeegaande schepen…
  • log  n. (wiskunde) (afkorting) afkorting van (briggse) logaritme (grondtal 10).
  • log  n. (informatica) bestand waarin wijzigingen of gebeurtenissen…
  • log  bijv. omvangrijk en moeilijk wendbaar.
  • log  w. eerste persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van loggen.
  • log  w. gebiedende wijs van loggen.
  • log  w. (bij inversie) tweede persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van loggen.
— In French —
  • log  n.m. (Métrologie) Mesure des liquides chez les Hébreux, valant 0,251 litre.
  • log  n.m. (Anglicisme informatique) Compte-rendu d’une procédure…
  • log  n.m. (Mathématiques) Logarithme.
245 English words from 66 English definitions

Abbreviation about above accusative action actions add Added aircraft analog anatomy and Any Anything append archaic area ascertained bath battlefield bed being block blockhead branches bulky by␣default cake chiefly chip chip␣log chronological cleared compensation Compilation computer computer␣science condition countable cut cut␣down cylinder dead dead␣tree default denoting describing device dialog Discourse distance doing down drawn end end␣of entry equivalent especially estimate etc excuse eye fate feces feet fellowship field figuratively file filling first first-person first␣person first-person␣singular fish flat floating followed followed␣by for forest form forming free frequentative fro from fuel given ground grove hang hang␣out harvesting Hebrew historical hoisting hollow hooky in␣particular into intransitive journal kind kind␣of lag law laws leg length lexicography lie like liquid literary log logarithm logbook logic -logist logs -logue longboard make mathematics measure measuring mining miss more move nautical navigation near network nominative non non-standard nothing obsolete of␣a one onion only out participation particular past past␣tense payment performances permission person piece place play play␣hooky play␣truant plural preterite prevent price progress rare record records remain repetitive requital reward rock rolled rope school science scientist sequence shaped sheave shown since singular situation slang small someone Specifically specified speech speed spend spend␣time standard statute stead stem stupid suffix suitable surfing suspended tense testicle that that␣one the third third-person third␣person third-person␣singular through timber time to␣and␣fro transitive transporting travel tree trees truant trunk uncountable unit units units␣of␣measure usage used usually val value vel verb very vessel volume vulgar water weight with without wood work worth written

29 English words from 38 foreign definitions

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2 foreign words from 66 English definitions

logue -vel

109 foreign words from 38 foreign definitions

activité afkorting ähnlicher Aktiv anderen Anglicisme arbres Aufschrieb Aufzeichnung aus avião Beobachtungen Bestimmung bij Bille bitácora bordo Bûche Compte Compte-rendu Couper diário eerste eerste␣persoon ein einem einer eines enkelvoud enregistrer Ereignissen Fahrt fazer fortlaufende Fremdwörtern gebeurtenissen gebiedende gebiedende␣wijs Gerät Geschwindigkeit Geschwindigkeiten große grondtal Hébreux historique Holz Indikativ informatica Informationen informatique inversie lenha leño liquides Logarithme logaritme loggen lügen Mathématiques Messgerät Messung Mesure Métrologie moeilijk Nautik navio oder omvangrijk persoon Präteritum procédure registro relatório rendu rohes scheepvaart Schiff Schiffes Schiffsreise selten snelheidsmeter Souche statt Stück tegenwoordige␣tijd tijd tora Tronco tweede tweede␣persoon une unförmige ursprünglich utilisateur valant verouderd verwendete von voor Vorgängen waarin während wendbaar wijs wijzigingen wiskunde Wortbildungselement Wörter zur

446 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

loge Loge logo Logo logo- logs -logs logy -logy logan Logan loges logge loggy logia logic -logic login log-in log␣in logit logko logoi logon log-on log␣on logos Logos Logue -logue logans log␣dog loggan loggat logged logger loggia loggie logick logico- logics logier logies logily loging logins logion -logist logits logjam log␣jam +395 words

8386 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

Alogi alogy blogs clogs eloge éloge elogy flogs glogg glögg ology -ology slogo slogs vlogs alogia Balogs Bloggs bloggy cloggy clog␣up Cologn cologs dilogy eclogs eglogs eloges éloges elogia eulogy floged j-blogs Ologun oology logy phlogs relogs slogan sloggy slogos splogs Taloga vblogs acology Alogian alogism analoga analogs analogy apology +8336 words

152 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

blog Blog clog flog slog vlog wlog w.l.o.g. Balog colog eclog eglog j-blog pelog phlog relog splog vblog analog beclog declog dialog duolog epilog key␣log lin-log loglog log-log moblog movlog Prelog prolog Prolog putlog PvP␣log reblog reclog sawlog saw␣log unclog weblog antilog backlog catalog chatlog chip␣log datalog decalog fanblog firelog +102 words

One anagram (New word found by changing the order of the letter.)

Glo.

56 anagrams found with an extra letter (New words formed with all the letter from the word and an extra letter.)

algo algo- blog Blog clog flog Galo gaol gilo glio- glob G-LOC glom glop Glos -glot glow goal goel Goel Gohl Gola gold Gold golf goll Goll gowl Lago lego Lego LEGO LIGO loge Loge logo Logo logo- logs -logs logy -logy long Long 'long -long Lugo ogle Ogle Olga +6 words

23 anagrams found minus a letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word minus a letter.)

Gl GL g/l go Go GO -go- G.O. LG lo Lo LO 'lo og Og OG 'og O.G. ol OL -ol ol' Ol.

94 cousins (New words found by changing only one letter.)

AOG bog BOG cog COG dog Dog DOG EOG fog FOG gog Gog hog jog lag LAG LCG leg leg. LFG lig lig. LKG LLG LMG LNG loa Loa LOA lob LOB loc LoC LOC loc. lod Lod LoD LOD Loe lof Loh LOH Loi LOI lol Lol LoL LOL -lol Lom Lon loo Loo lop LoQ LOQ loq. lor Lor LOS los' lot Lot Lou low Low 'low low% lox LOx LOX loy Loy LPG LQG LRG LTG lug Lug LUG mog nog POG rog Rog sog SOG tog UOG vog wog ZOG

10 lipograms (New words found when removing only one letter.)

LG lo Lo LO 'lo og Og OG 'og O.G.

4 epenthesis (New words found when adding only one letter.)

long Long 'long -long


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