THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
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loft (noun) : Redesigned, upgraded and up-priced domicile/home regardless of the level of the building in which it is located.
I have been apprised by several acquaintances of a number of different people moving into new "lofts" some of which are even at street level, and some old warehouses that are being "turned into" lofts.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 23, 2006 13:59
logid (adjective) : logical and lucid; as of an argument.
The philosopher's logid argument against the war had a profound impact upon the general public watching the program.
Submitted by: Zac Sullivan from Alabama on Dec. 07, 2005 00:22
logidity (noun) : clearness of logic, often with philosophical profundity
The logidity of the argument was so overwhelming that the audience became an awedience in the presence of its profundity, falling completely silent.
Submitted by: Zac Sullivan from Alabama on Dec. 07, 2005 00:25
loginable (adjective) : the state of a computer application after compilation, but before complete testing; an indication that the system is ready for testing
"I finished the build - the application is loginable.
Submitted by: Larry Schaeffer from Missouri on Feb. 08, 2007 08:42
(noun) : to plan movement of materials, goods etc by extension, could can also relogisticate ie rethink or review a planned move.
today we will clear the garage, tomorrow the shed and the next day we will logisticate our next move. —Will Roberts, used it himself, made it up, June 2002
Submitted by: Rosemary Roberts from United Kingdom on May. 15, 2007 15:05
(verb) : To think about or discuss the problems of moving materials or the details of a problem and how to solve it. To rethink etc would therefore be to relogisticate.
(on the subject of clearing a house) - "Today we will move the big furniture from downstairs into the garage and tomorrow we will bring down the beds etc from upstairs and then we will relogisticate." —William Roberts, spoken in a planning meeting, mid-June 2004
Submitted by: Rosemary Roberts from United Kingdom on Dec. 04, 2006 06:26
logisticize (verb) : A transitive verb. To organize the logistics of (an occasion). To plan (as a trip, party, or major event).
We have so many events to logisticize this year that my siblings with the planning gene will be in ecstasy.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 01, 2006 08:00
logocracy (noun) : "Rulership by words."
Once geekdom reigns supreme, and everyone wears forcefield suits and doesn't have to do anything at all but eat, internet logocracy will replace what is now known as the law.
Submitted by: jonathan keith sheriff from California on Oct. 27, 2005 22:09
logodaedalian (noun) : a person who is passionate about clever and unusual words and phrases
Submitted by: mike herman from Canada on Sep. 16, 2012 20:19
logondola (noun) : A see-sawing situation where you can alternatively log on to your e-mail and the next minute you're locked out.
Submitted by: Zahra from Malaysia on Apr. 17, 2006 03:25
logonym (noun) : a brand name product's name used to name similar products.
Hand me a kleenex, Put a bandaid on the cut, are examples of logonyms. —Mike Jam, used in his classroom lectures, cira 1995
Submitted by: Mike from Montana on Oct. 06, 2005 22:12
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