Definition of Logi
Logi is a Latvian word meaning windows. However, in Argentina it means a dumb person, stupid, boba, bored, boludo, gil, pelotudo, slow to understand, victim of a delinquent.
SYNONYMS FOR Logi
ORIGIN OF Logi
Practically, there is no recorded origin about the beginning of the use of this term in countries such as Argentina and Chile, however, it is a word widely used in popular slang, especially in neighborhoods and towns.
It is an offensive term and that is why it is not used in some parts to avoid miscommunication or problems with other citizens.
In the case of Chile, it has changed its structure a bit as it is now called “longui”.
This word that presumably was born from the Chilean coa is added to a long list of terms recognized by the RAE and that are so characteristic of those born in this land.
According to the latest edition, the word “longuis” or “longui” is a local colloquial adverbial term that contains, more than a meaning, a concept: “to act distracted”.
As an example, they include the sentence “hacerse el longui”.
It is not an insult nor is it rude, but it is more a term to joke or minimize certain words that in other contexts can mean much more.
CURIOSITIES OF Logi
Logi, is also an unpopular name that can be carried by a female person.
People named Logi may be originally from Iceland.
In numerology the active number that corresponds to this name is 7. It explains that it plays the innate temperament in the personality: spiritual, analytical, reserved, expert, mysterious, intuitive.
“Logi” is a word that can have different meanings depending on the context. Here are some possible interpretations:
In mathematics, “logi” is a common abbreviation for “logarithm”.
In computer science, “logi” is a common abbreviation for “logical”, which refers to something related to programming logic.
“Logi” is also a word in Norse mythology, referring to divine beings who personify fire.