Definition of Logically

Logically adv. means: In a logical manner; as, to argue logically.

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Logically adv. means: In a logical manner; as, to argue logically.

Meaning of Logically

Logically (adv.) means: In a logical manner; as, to argue logically.

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Cohere (a.): To be united or connected together in subordination to one purpose; to follow naturally and logically, as the parts of a discourse, or as arguments in a train of reasoning; to be logically consistent.

Logically (adv.): In a logical manner; as, to argue logically.

Ergat (v. t.): To deduce logically, as conclusions.

Consequentially (adv.): With just deduction of consequence; with right connection of ideas; logically.

Consectary (n.): That which follows by consequence or is logically deducible; deduction from premises; corollary.

Consecutive (a.): Following as a consequence or result; actually or logically dependent; consequential; succeeding.

Incoherent (a.): Wanting coherence or agreement; incongruous; inconsistent; having no dependence of one part on another; logically disconnected.

Sequacious (a.): Having or observing logical sequence; logically consistent and rigorous; consecutive in development or transition of thought.

Coherent (a.): Logically consistent; -- applied to persons; as, a coherent thinker.

For (conj.): Since; because; introducing a reason of something before advanced, a cause, motive, explanation, justification, or the like, of an action related or a statement made. It is logically nearly equivalent to since, or because, but connects less closely, and is sometimes used as a very general introduction to something suggested by what has gone before.

Self-cconsistent (a.): Consistent with one's self or with itself; not deviation from the ordinary standard by which the conduct is guided; logically consistent throughout; having each part consistent with the rest.

Prosylogism (n.): A syllogism preliminary or logically essential to another syllogism; the conclusion of such a syllogism, which becomes a premise of the following syllogism.

Absurd (a.): Contrary to reason or propriety; obviously and fiatly opposed to manifest truth; inconsistent with the plain dictates of common sense; logically contradictory; nonsensical; ridiculous; as, an absurd person, an absurd opinion; an absurd dream.

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Meaning of ton

ton means: commonly one hundred pounds (£100). Not generally pluralised. From the fact that a ton is a measurement of 100 cubic feet of capacity (for storage, loading, etc). In the same way a ton is also slang for 100 runs in cricket, or a speed of 100 miles per hour. Logically 'half a ton' is slang for £50.

Meaning of grand

grand means: a thousand pounds (£1,000 or $1,000) Not pluralised in full form. Shortened to 'G' (usually plural form also) or less commonly 'G's'. Originated in the USA in the 1920s, logically an association with the literal meaning - full or large.

Meaning of cabbage

cabbage means: money in banknotes, 'folding' money - orginally US slang according to Cassells, from the 1900s, also used in the UK, logically arising because of the leaf allusion, and green was a common colour of dollar notes and pound notes (thanks R Maguire, who remembers the slang from Glasgow in 1970s).

Meaning of dosh

dosh means: slang for a reasonable amount of spending money, for instance enough for a 'night-out'. Almost certainly and logically derived from the slang 'doss-house', meaning a very cheap hostel or room, from Elizabethan England when 'doss' was a straw bed, from 'dossel' meaning bundle of straw, in turn from the French 'dossier' meaning bundle. Dosh appears to have originated in this form in the US in the 19th century, and then re-emerged in more popular use in the UK in the mid-20th century.

Meaning of caser/case

caser/case means: five shillings (5/-), a crown coin. Seems to have surfaced first as caser in Australia in the mid-1800s from the Yiddish (Jewish European/Hebrew dialect) kesef meaning silver, where (in Australia) it also meant a five year prison term. Caser was slang also for a US dollar coin, and the US/Autralian slang logically transferred to English, either or all because of the reference to silver coin, dollar slang for a crown, or the comparable value, as was.

Meaning of nugget/nuggets

nugget/nuggets means: a pound coin (£1) or money generally. The older nuggets meaning of money obviously alludes to gold nuggets and appeared first in the 1800s. Much more recently (thanks G Hudson) logically since the pound coin was introduced in the UK in the 1990s with the pound note's withdrawal, nugget seems to have appeared as a specific term for a pound coin, presumably because the pound coin is golden (actually more brassy than gold) and 'nuggety' in feel.

Meaning of boodle

boodle means: money. There are many different interpretations of boodle meaning money, in the UK and the US. Boodle normally referred to ill-gotten gains, such as counterfeit notes or the proceeds of a robbery, and also to a roll of banknotes, although in recent times the usage has extended to all sorts of money, usually in fairly large amounts. Much variation in meaning is found in the US. The origins of boodle meaning money are (according to Cassells) probably from the Dutch word 'boedel' for personal effects or property (a person's worth) and/or from the old Scottish 'bodle' coin, worth two Scottish pence and one-sixth of an English penny, which logically would have been pre-decimalisation currency.

Meaning of cock and hen

cock and hen means: ten pounds (thanks N Shipperley). The ten pound meaning of cock and hen is 20th century rhyming slang. Cock and hen - also cockerel and hen - has carried the rhyming slang meaning for the number ten for longer. Its transfer to ten pounds logically grew more popular through the inflationary 1900s as the ten pound amount and banknote became more common currency in people's wages and wallets, and therefore language. Cock and hen also gave raise to the variations cockeren, cockeren and hen, hen, and the natural rhyming slang short version, cock - all meaning ten pounds.

Meaning of madza caroon

madza caroon means: half-a-crown (2/6) from the mid 1800s. A combination of medza, a corruption of Italian mezzo meaning half, and a mispronunciation or interpretation of crown. Madza caroon is an example of 'ligua franca' slang which in this context means langauge used or influenced by foreigners or immigrants, like a sort of pidgin or hybrid English-foreign slang, in this case mixed with Italian, which logically implies that much of the early usage was in the English Italian communities. Mezzo/madza was and is potentially confused with, and popularity supported by, the similar 'motsa' (see motsa entry).

Meaning of quis - eggo

quis - eggo means: Pronounced "Quiz" and "Eggo". I think this is here already somewhere as a call and response where someone is giving something away; this is definitely from the Latin as there are some additional words somtimes used; eg if there are two or more people shouting "Ego" at about the same time and the person shouting "Quis" isn't sure who was first or doesn't like all of the people claiming, it would then open up to people shouting "Mihi" and then the "Quis"-er could choose one of the claimants by looking at them and saying "Tibi". Obviously this variant only takes place in schools where everyone has learnt some Latin (literally as far as I remember "Quis?"=Who?, "Ego"="I", "mihi"=to me (sometimes "meum"=mine, "tibi"= to you (or "teum"=yours)). I suppose logically the "Quis"-er could say "vobis" to give out a number of things to the whole lot but I never heard this!, Pretty much any UK prep school up until at least the 1980's. Even posh kids grow out of talking to each other in Latin by the time they hit puberty! (ed: I never took Latin - and since I have no idea what any of this means, it was included verbatim)

Meaning of smurf code

smurf code means: This is a code similar to the Bear Code a way of identifying people (c) Copyright 1990, by The SmurfGANG, Inc. A word about the code: The smurfcode was developed painstakingly by *very*small*, *blue*, *cute*little*creatures* called Smurfs, organized into a maternal botherhood called the Smurf Gang. Smurfs are *loveable*, *cuddly* beings who *love* to be *squeezed* ever-so-gently. They especially like *blueberry*ice*cream*. They occasionally ring *cute*little*bells*. And they just want to be *your*friends*. Certain smurfs are particularly good at defending Canada against invaders, marketing Smurf products, presiding over vice, acting very innocent or pompous, describing the historical value of Smurfs, howling at the moon, speaking in Smurf Lingo (Smurf's up!), etc. Since Smurfs and their *friends* have so many varied qualities, we have devised a *really*neat* method for uniquely identifying them. Furthermore, since Smurfs and Bears now intermingle frequently, the Smurfcode is deliberately orthogonal to Bearcode version 1.7. Characteristic letters from both systems may be intermingled to form a Smurfurr code or a Bluebear code. The most obvious characteristic of a Smurf is its giggle, so we logically begin there. Using a capital "S" to denote "SMURF", we have added a sub-class characterizing silliness, which combines a smurf's tee-hee, chortle, guffaw, and overall humor qualities, unambiguously numbered 0 to 9 as follows: 0 - (Little/no humor, or incredibly sparse) We're talking Mona Lisa here. One would never mistake such a meager smile for a smirk. Postings from these Smurfs are invariably serious, though they take undisplayed joy in humorous postings by others. 1 - (VERY slight smirk) This is the kind of smirk people display when they want to signal to other Smurf's that they MIGHT be a Smurf. No raised eyebrows appear. No erect tongue-in-cheek. Usage indicates probable closet smurf. 2 - (Smirk) This unmistakable characteristic indicates an unabashed delight in the silliness of others, but may indicate non-participation. These Smurfs never post original, humorous articles on their own, but they may, rarely, followup with a smart-remark. 3 - (Tee-hee) A giggle in all respects, but very quiet. 4 - (Laugh) Occasionally makes light fun of self or others, particularly friendly others. Enjoys a good joke. 5 - (Chortle) Makes light fun of self or others. 6 - (Chortle Plus) Makes light fun of self, world, or others. Has been known to laugh at PSAT, SAT, GRE, GMAT test or final exam questions, during the examination period. 7 - (Guffaw or Meep) Can make fun of most things, including obnoxious people or situations. 8 - (Snort) Loves to make fun of anything. This can border on bad-taste, but appreciators abound. 9 - (Snort with Acrobatics) Intrusively humorous in finding fun. Wildly ridiculous, often ignored or disliked. Zany. Wacky. Using this scheme, one can narrow a creature down to a subclass, though occasional intractables fall between two classes. The end result is left to the creature classifying. One may use a hybrid designation for those who vary across time (example: S0/9). The number closest to "S" indicates the most probable state. Negative numbers indicate complainers, largely negative numbers designate frequent whiners or complainers. Combinations of negative and positive numbers can appear. For specific examples please visit: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/scotts/bulgarians/smurf-code.html

Meaning of Cohere

Cohere means: To be united or connected together in subordination to one purpose; to follow naturally and logically, as the parts of a discourse, or as arguments in a train of reasoning; to be logically consistent.

Meaning of Logically

Logically means: In a logical manner; as, to argue logically.

Meaning of Ergat

Ergat means: To deduce logically, as conclusions.

Meaning of Consequentially

Consequentially means: With just deduction of consequence; with right connection of ideas; logically.

Meaning of Consectary

Consectary means: That which follows by consequence or is logically deducible; deduction from premises; corollary.

Meaning of Consecutive

Consecutive means: Following as a consequence or result; actually or logically dependent; consequential; succeeding.

Meaning of Incoherent

Incoherent means: Wanting coherence or agreement; incongruous; inconsistent; having no dependence of one part on another; logically disconnected.

Meaning of Sequacious

Sequacious means: Having or observing logical sequence; logically consistent and rigorous; consecutive in development or transition of thought.

Meaning of Coherent

Coherent means: Logically consistent; -- applied to persons; as, a coherent thinker.

Meaning of For

For means: Since; because; introducing a reason of something before advanced, a cause, motive, explanation, justification, or the like, of an action related or a statement made. It is logically nearly equivalent to since, or because, but connects less closely, and is sometimes used as a very general introduction to something suggested by what has gone before.

Meaning of Self-cconsistent

Self-cconsistent means: Consistent with one's self or with itself; not deviation from the ordinary standard by which the conduct is guided; logically consistent throughout; having each part consistent with the rest.

Meaning of Prosylogism

Prosylogism means: A syllogism preliminary or logically essential to another syllogism; the conclusion of such a syllogism, which becomes a premise of the following syllogism.

Meaning of Absurd

Absurd means: Contrary to reason or propriety; obviously and fiatly opposed to manifest truth; inconsistent with the plain dictates of common sense; logically contradictory; nonsensical; ridiculous; as, an absurd person, an absurd opinion; an absurd dream.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Kelt

Kelt means: Cloth with the nap, generally of native black wool.

Meaning of Peruvian

Peruvian means: Of or pertaining to Peru, in South America.

Meaning of Restriction

Restriction means: That which restricts; limitation; restraint; as, restrictions on trade.

Meaning of Stint

Stint means: To stop; to cease.

Meaning of Zoographer

Zoographer means: One who describes animals, their forms and habits.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of CIVILIAN

CIVILIAN means: Civilian is British criminal slang for someone who is neither criminal nor policeman.

Meaning of LIDO

LIDO means: crack

Meaning of corny

corny means: Simple-minded, trite. Boy, that storm last night was a real corker, wasn't it?

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