from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small log or piece of wood.
- n. plural An old English game, played by fixing a stake in the ground and pitching small pieces of wood at it, the nearest thrower winning; skittle-pins. It was at one time prohibited by statute, under Henry VIII.
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Lincolnshire logget to beat me, a gentleman's son! '
A shut head the heavy logget keepeth -- let her not come within reach of my hand. '
Oloroso, will fill his pie with logget (meat from a year-old-sheep), peas and carrots as part of a menu that will include pigeon, lobster and rhubarb and custard.