Definition of Logis. Meaning of Logis. Synonyms of Logis

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Logis. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Logis and, of course, Logis synonyms and on the right images related to the word Logis.

Definition of Logis

No result for Logis. Showing similar results...

Aerologist
Aerologist A`["e]r*ol"o*gist, n. One versed in a["e]rology.
Agriologist
Agriologist Ag`ri*ol"o*gist ([a^]g`r[i^]*[o^]l"[-o]*j[i^]st), n. One versed or engaged in agriology.
Agrostologist
Agrostologist Ag`ros*tol"o*gist, n. One skilled in agrostology.
Algologist
Algologist Al*gol"o*gist, n. One learned about alg[ae]; a student of algology.
Amphilogism
Amphilogism Am*phil"o*gism, Amphilogy Am*phil"o*gy, n. [Gr. ? + -logy.] Ambiguity of speech; equivocation. [R.]
Analogism
Analogism A*nal"o*gism, n. [Gr. ? course of reasoning, fr. ? to think over, to calculate] 1. Logic an argument from the cause to the effect; an a priori argument. --Johnson. 2. Investigation of things by the analogy they bear to each other. --Crabb.
Analogist
Analogist A*nal"o*gist, n. One who reasons from analogy, or represent, by analogy. --Cheyne.
Anthologist
Anthologist An*thol"o*gist, n. One who compiles an anthology.
Anthropologist
Anthropologist An`thro*pol"o*gist, n. One who is versed in anthropology.
Antiphlogistian
Antiphlogistian An`ti*phlo*gis"tian, n. An opposer of the theory of phlogiston.
Antiphlogistic
Antiphlogistic An`ti*phlo*gis"tic, a. 1. (Chem.) Opposed to the doctrine of phlogiston. 2. (Med.) Counteracting inflammation.
Antiphlogistic
Antiphlogistic An`ti*phlo*gis"tic, n. (Med.) Any medicine or diet which tends to check inflammation. --Coxe.
Apiologist
Apiologist A`pi*ol"o*gist, n. [L. apis bee + -logist (see -logy).] A student of bees. [R.] --Emerson.
Apologist
Apologist A*pol"o*gist, n. [Cf. F. apologiste.] One who makes an apology; one who speaks or writes in defense of a faith, a cause, or an institution; especially, one who argues in defense of Christianity.
Arachnologist
Arachnologist Ar`ach*nol"o*gist, n. One who is versed in, or studies, arachnology.
Archaeologist
Archaeologist Ar`ch[ae]*ol"o*gist, n. One versed in arch[ae]ology; an antiquary. --Wright.
Assyriologist
Assyriologist As*syr`i*ol"o*gist, n. One versed in Assyriology; a student of Assyrian arch[ae]ology.
Astrometeorologist
Astrometeorology As`tro*me`te*or*ol"o*gy, n. [Astro- + meteorology.] The investigation of the relation between the sun, moon, and stars, and the weather. -- As`*tro*me`te*or`o*log"ic*al, a. -- As`tro*me`te*or*ol"o*gist, n.
Atmologist
Atmologist At*mol"o*gist, n. One who is versed in atmology.
Bacteriologist
Bacteriologist Bac*te"ri*ol`o*gist, n. One skilled in bacteriology.
Battologist
Battologist Bat*tol"o*gist, n. One who battologizes.
Biologist
Biologist Bi*ol"o*gist, n. A student of biology; one versed in the science of biology.
Bromatologist
Bromatologist Bro`ma*tol"o*gist, n. One versed in the science of foods.
Bryologist
Bryologist Bry*ol"o*gist, n. One versed in bryology.
Campanologist
Campanologist Cam`pa*nol"o*gist, n. One skilled in campanology; a bell ringer.
Carpologist
Carpologist Car*pol"o*gist, n. One who describes fruits; one versed in carpology.
Cetologist
Cetologist Ce*tol"o*gist, a. One versed in cetology.
Chirologist
Chirologist Chi*rol"o*gist, n. One who communicates thoughts by signs made with the hands and fingers.
Chronologist
Chronologist Chro*nol"o*gist, Chronologer Chro*nol"o*ger, n. [Gr. ?.] A person who investigates dates of events and transactions; one skilled in chronology. That learned noise and dust of the chronologist is wholly to be avoided. --Locke. THe most exact chronologers tell us that Christ was born in October, and not in December. --John Knox.
Climatologist
Climatologist Cli`ma*tol"o*gist, n. One versed in, or who studies, climatology.

Meaning of Logis from wikipedia

- In Norse mythology, Logi, Loge (Old Norse "fire") or Hálogi ("High Flame") is a fire giant, god and personification of fire. He is son of giant Fornjótr...
- logis-chef (equivalent to sergent-chef). This is a superior rank to maréchal des logis and wears three chevrons, gold or silver. Maréchal des logis de...
- In architecture, corps de logis (French pronunciation: ​[kɔʁ də lɔʒi]) is the prin****l block of a large, usually cl****ical, mansion or palace. It contains...
- Logi Analytics, Inc. is a computer software company headquartered in McLean, Virginia, United States with offices in the UK and Ireland. It offers interactive...
- Logis take ransom the local priest until the six British prisoners were released. November 1, 1753, Captain Cox was the commander of Fort Vieux Logis...
- Kvenland and Finland Proper. His children are Ægir (the ruler of the sea), Logi (fire giant) and Kári (god of wind). The name has often been interpreted...
- major-général des logis, lit. 'major-general of lodging': Autrefois les officiers de l’état-major se nommaient: maréchal des logis, major-général des logis; de là...
- company was formed through the merger of AMB Property Corporation and ProLogis in June 2011, which made Prologis the largest industrial real estate company...
- tower and the Logis Perrière date from the 15th century. Other notable parts of the castle are: the Vieux Logis, the Logis Nemours, the Logis Neuf. From...
- being considered for merging. › The Château de La Vérie, also known as the Logis de La Vérie, is a château in Challans, Vendée, France. It was built in the...
Loading...