Name Report For First Name LOGEN:

LOGEN

First name LOGEN's origin is Scottish. LOGEN means "low meadow". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with LOGEN below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of logen.(Brown names are of the same origin (Scottish) with LOGEN and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with LOGEN - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming LOGEN

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES LOGEN AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH LOGEN (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (ogen) - Names That Ends with ogen:

imogen

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (gen) - Names That Ends with gen:

bingen jorgen fagen jurgen eugen morgen dagen kagen beagen

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (en) - Names That Ends with en:

cwen guendolen raven coleen helen hien huyen quyen tien tuyen yen aren essien mekonnen shaheen yameen kadeen arden kailoken nascien evnissyen lairgnen nisien yspaddaden hoben christiansen joren espen adeben akhenaten amen aten moswen braden heikkinen mustanen seppanen valkoinen soren vaden camden girven bastien evzen hymen owen jurrien kelemen sebestyen kalen joben sen chien dien nguyen nien vien addisen adeen aideen aileen alberteen aleen ambreen anwen ardeen arleen arwen ashleen ashlen ashten augusteen belen berneen brishen bronwen bysen caden carleen carmen carsten cathleen charleen chereen christeen christen colleen coreen correen cristen

NAMES RHYMING WITH LOGEN (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (loge) - Names That Begins with loge:

logestilla

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (log) - Names That Begins with log:

logan loghan logistilla

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (lo) - Names That Begins with lo:

loc lochlain lochlann locke locklyn lockwood locrine lodema lodima lodyma loe loefel lohengrin lohoot loiyan lojza lokelani lokni lola lola-jo loleta lolita lolitta lomahongva loman lomasi lomsky lomy lon lona lonato lonell loni lonn lonna lonnell lonnie lono lonyn lonzo lootah lora lorah loraina loraine loralee loralei loran lorance loranna lorant lorayne lorcan lorda lore loredana loreen loreene lorelai lorelei lorelie loren lorena lorence lorencz lorene lorenia lorenna lorenz lorenza lorenzo loreta loretta lorette lori loria lorian loriana loriann lorianne loriel lorilee lorilynn lorimar lorimer lorin lorinda lorineus loring loris lorita loritz lorna lorne lornell lorraina

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH LOGEN:

First Names which starts with 'lo' and ends with 'en':

lorren louden louellen

First Names which starts with 'l' and ends with 'n':

labaan laban labhruinn lachlan lachlann laciann lacyann ladon laefertun lahthan lailoken laken lamaan lamarion lan lancdon lancelin landen landon langdon langston lanston laochailan laocoon laodegan laomedon laren larson laryn laughlin lauralyn laureen laurelynn lauren laurian lauryn lavan lavern lawson lawton layden layken layton leachlainn leaman lean leanian leann leannan leathan leeann leigh-ann leighton leman len lenn lennon leodegan leon leron leverton lexann leyman lidmann lien lifton lilian lillian lin lincoln linddun linden linn linton lintun lion lishan litton livingston lizann llewelyn lorrin loryn loughlin lucan lucian lucien lufian lukman lun lunden lunn luqman lurleen luxman lycaon lyman

English Words Rhyming LOGEN

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES LOGEN AS A WHOLE:

allogeneousadjective (a.) Different in nature or kind.

amylogennoun (n.) That part of the starch granule or granulose which is soluble in water.

amylogenesisnoun (n.) The formation of starch.

amylogenicadjective (a.) Of or pert. to amylogen.
 adjective (a.) Forming starch; -- applied specif. to leucoplasts.

cormophylogenynoun (n.) The phylogeny of groups or families of individuals.

crystallogenicadjective (a.) Alt. of Crystallogenical

crystallogenicaladjective (a.) Pertaining to the production of crystals; crystal-producing; as, crystallogenic attraction.

crystallogenynoun (n.) The science which pertains to the production of crystals.

diplogenicadjective (a.) Partaking of the nature of two bodies; producing two substances.

halogennoun (n.) An electro-negative element or radical, which, by combination with a metal, forms a haloid salt; especially, chlorine, bromine, and iodine; sometimes, also, fluorine and cyanogen. See Chlorine family, under Chlorine.

halogenousadjective (a.) Of the nature of a halogen.

myelogenicadjective (a.) Derived from, or pertaining to, the bone marrow.

phellogennoun (n.) The tissue of young cells which produces cork cells.

phylogenesisnoun (n.) Alt. of Phylogeny

phylogenynoun (n.) The history of genealogical development; the race history of an animal or vegetable type; the historic exolution of the phylon or tribe, in distinction from ontogeny, or the development of the individual organism, and from biogenesis, or life development generally.

phylogeneticadjective (a.) Relating to phylogenesis, or the race history of a type of organism.

salogennoun (n.) A halogen.

thallogennoun (n.) One of a large class or division of the vegetable kingdom, which includes those flowerless plants, such as fungi, algae, and lichens, that consist of a thallus only, composed of cellular tissue, or of a congeries of cells, or even of separate cells, and never show a distinction into root, stem, and leaf.

vitellogenenoun (n.) A gland secreting the yolk of the eggs in trematodes, turbellarians, and some other helminths.

xylogennoun (n.) Nascent wood; wood cells in a forming state.
 noun (n.) Lignin.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH LOGEN (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (ogen) - English Words That Ends with ogen:


acrogennoun (n.) A plant of the highest class of cryptogams, including the ferns, etc. See Cryptogamia.

aethogennoun (n.) A compound of nitrogen and boro/, which, when heated before the blowpipe, gives a brilliant phosphorescent; boric nitride.

alunogennoun (n.) A white fibrous mineral frequently found on the walls of mines and quarries, chiefly hydrous sulphate of alumina; -- also called feather alum, and hair salt.

amidogennoun (n.) A compound radical, NH2, not yet obtained in a separate state, which may be regarded as ammonia from the molecule of which one of its hydrogen atoms has been removed; -- called also the amido group, and in composition represented by the form amido.

biogennoun (n.) Bioplasm.

botryogennoun (n.) A hydrous sulphate of iron of a deep red color. It often occurs in botryoidal form.

camphogennoun (n.) See Cymene.

chondrogennoun (n.) Same as Chondrigen.

chrysogennoun (n.) A yellow crystalline substance extracted from crude anthracene.

cyanogennoun (n.) A colorless, inflammable, poisonous gas, C2N2, with a peach-blossom odor, so called from its tendency to form blue compounds; obtained by heating ammonium oxalate, mercuric cyanide, etc. It is obtained in combination, forming an alkaline cyanide when nitrogen or a nitrogenous compound is strongly ignited with carbon and soda or potash. It conducts itself like a member of the halogen group of elements, and shows a tendency to form complex compounds. The name is also applied to the univalent radical, CN (the half molecule of cyanogen proper), which was one of the first compound radicals recognized.

dermatogennoun (n.) Nascent epidermis, or external cuticle of plants in a forming condition.
 noun (n.) Nascent epidermis, or external cuticle of plants in a forming condition.

dictyogennoun (n.) A plant with net-veined leaves, and monocotyledonous embryos, belonging to the class Dictyogenae, proposed by Lindley for the orders Dioscoreaceae, Smilaceae, Trilliaceae, etc.

diisatogennoun (n.) A red crystalline nitrogenous substance or artificial production, which by reduction passes directly to indigo.

endogennoun (n.) A plant which increases in size by internal growth and elongation at the summit, having the wood in the form of bundles or threads, irregularly distributed throughout the whole diameter, not forming annual layers, and with no distinct pith. The leaves of the endogens have, usually, parallel veins, their flowers are mostly in three, or some multiple of three, parts, and their embryos have but a single cotyledon, with the first leaves alternate. The endogens constitute one of the great primary classes of plants, and included all palms, true lilies, grasses, rushes, orchids, the banana, pineapple, etc. See Exogen.

erythrogennoun (n.) Carbon disulphide; -- so called from certain red compounds which it produces in combination with other substances.
 noun (n.) A substance reddened by acids, which is supposed to be contained in flowers.
 noun (n.) A crystalline substance obtained from diseased bile, which becomes blood-red when acted on by nitric acid or ammonia.

exogennoun (n.) A plant belonging to one of the greater part of the vegetable kingdom, and which the plants are characterized by having c wood bark, and pith, the wood forming a layer between the other two, and increasing, if at all, by the animal addition of a new layer to the outside next to the bark. The leaves are commonly netted-veined, and the number of cotyledons is two, or, very rarely, several in a whorl. Cf. Endogen.

eikonogennoun (n.) The sodium salt of a sulphonic acid of a naphthol, C10H5(OH)(NH2)SO3Na used as a developer.

fibrinogennoun (n.) An albuminous substance existing in the blood, and in other animal fluids, which either alone or with fibrinoplastin or paraglobulin forms fibrin, and thus causes coagulation.

gasogennoun (n.) An apparatus for the generation of gases, or for impregnating a liquid with a gas, or a gas with a volatile liquid.
 noun (n.) A volatile hydrocarbon, used as an illuminant, or for charging illuminating gas.

germogennoun (n.) A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, not divided into separate cells, from which certain ova are developed.
 noun (n.) The primitive cell in certain embryonic forms.

glucogennoun (n.) See Glycogen.

glycogennoun (n.) A white, amorphous, tasteless substance resembling starch, soluble in water to an opalescent fluid. It is found abundantly in the liver of most animals, and in small quantity in other organs and tissues, particularly in the embryo. It is quickly changed into sugar when boiled with dilute sulphuric or hydrochloric acid, and also by the action of amylolytic ferments.

gymnogennoun (n.) One of a class of plants, so called by Lindley, because the ovules are fertilized by direct contact of the pollen. Same as Gymnosperm.

haemochromogennoun (n.) A body obtained from hemoglobin, by the action of reducing agents in the absence of oxygen.

hydrogennoun (n.) A gaseous element, colorless, tasteless, and odorless, the lightest known substance, being fourteen and a half times lighter than air (hence its use in filling balloons), and over eleven thousand times lighter than water. It is very abundant, being an ingredient of water and of many other substances, especially those of animal or vegetable origin. It may by produced in many ways, but is chiefly obtained by the action of acids (as sulphuric) on metals, as zinc, iron, etc. It is very inflammable, and is an ingredient of coal gas and water gas. It is standard of chemical equivalents or combining weights, and also of valence, being the typical monad. Symbol H. Atomic weight 1.

indigogennoun (n.) See Indigo white, under Indigo.
 noun (n.) Same as Indican, 2.

indogennoun (n.) A complex, nitrogenous radical, C8H5NO, regarded as the essential nucleus of indigo.

inogennoun (n.) A complex nitrogenous substance, which, by Hermann's hypothesis, is continually decomposed and reproduced in the muscles, during their life.

isatogennoun (n.) A complex nitrogenous radical, C8H4NO2, regarded as the essential residue of a series of compounds, related to isatin, which easily pass by reduction to indigo blue.

iodoformogennoun (n.) A light powder used as a substitute for iodoform. It is a compound of iodoform and albumin.

mucinogennoun (n.) Same as Mucigen.

neogennoun (n.) An alloy resembling silver, and consisting chiefly of copper, zinc, and nickel, with small proportions of tin, aluminium, and bismuth.

nitrogennoun (n.) A colorless nonmetallic element, tasteless and odorless, comprising four fifths of the atmosphere by volume. It is chemically very inert in the free state, and as such is incapable of supporting life (hence the name azote still used by French chemists); but it forms many important compounds, as ammonia, nitric acid, the cyanides, etc, and is a constituent of all organized living tissues, animal or vegetable. Symbol N. Atomic weight 14. It was formerly regarded as a permanent noncondensible gas, but was liquefied in 1877 by Cailletet of Paris, and Pictet of Geneva.

organogennoun (n.) A name given to any one of the four elements, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, which are especially characteristic ingredients of organic compounds; also, by extension, to other elements sometimes found in the same connection; as sulphur, phosphorus, etc.

osteogennoun (n.) The soft tissue, or substance, which, in developing bone, ultimately undergoes ossification.

oxyhydrogenadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen; as, oxyhydrogen gas.
 adjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or consisting of, a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen at over 5000 F.

quinogennoun (n.) A hypothetical radical of quinine and related alkaloids.
 noun (n.) A hypothetical radical of quinine and related alkaloids.

paracyanogennoun (n.) A polymeric modification of cyanogen, obtained as a brown or black amorphous residue by heating mercuric cyanide.

pepsinogennoun (n.) The antecedent of the ferment pepsin. A substance contained in the form of granules in the peptic cells of the gastric glands. It is readily convertible into pepsin. Also called propepsin.

peptogennoun (n.) A substance convertible into peptone.

persulphocyanogennoun (n.) An orange-yellow substance, produced by the action of chlorine or boiling dilute nitric acid and sulphocyanate of potassium; -- called also pseudosulphocyanogen, perthiocyanogen, and formerly sulphocyanogen.

perthiocyanogennoun (n.) Same as Persulphocyanogen.

photogennoun (n.) A light hydrocarbon oil resembling kerosene. It is obtained by distilling coal, paraffin, etc., and is used as a lubricant, illuminant, etc.

plasmogennoun (n.) The important living portion of protoplasm, considered a chemical substance of the highest elaboration. Germ plasm and idioplasm are forms of plasmogen.

pyrogennoun (n.) Electricity.
 noun (n.) A poison separable from decomposed meat infusions, and supposed to be formed from albuminous matter through the agency of bacteria.

rhizogennoun (n.) One of a proposed class of flowering plants growning on the roots of other plants and destitute of green foliage.

sclerogennoun (n.) The thickening matter of woody cells; lignin.

sulphocyanogennoun (n.) See Persulphocyanogen.

thermogennoun (n.) Caloric; heat; regarded as a material but imponderable substance.

trypsinogennoun (n.) The antecedent of trypsin, a substance which is contained in the cells of the pancreas and gives rise to the trypsin.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (gen) - English Words That Ends with gen:


alkargennoun (n.) Same as Cacodylic acid.

amphigennoun (n.) An element that in combination produces amphid salt; -- applied by Berzelius to oxygen, sulphur, selenium, and tellurium.

attagennoun (n.) A species of sand grouse (Syrrghaptes Pallasii) found in Asia and rarely in southern Europe.

analgennoun (n.) Alt. of Analgene

chondrigennoun (n.) The chemical basis of cartilage, converted by long boiling in water into a gelatinous body called chondrin.

collagennoun (n.) The chemical basis of ordinary connective tissue, as of tendons or sinews and of bone. On being boiled in water it becomes gelatin or glue.

copenhagennoun (n.) A sweetened hot drink of spirit and beaten eggs.
 noun (n.) A children's game in which one player is inclosed by a circle of others holding a rope.

mucigennoun (n.) A substance which is formed in mucous epithelial cells, and gives rise to mucin.

noggenadjective (a.) Made of hemp; hence, hard; rough; harsh.

oxygennoun (n.) A colorless, tasteless, odorless, gaseous element occurring in the free state in the atmosphere, of which it forms about 23 per cent by weight and about 21 per cent by volume, being slightly heavier than nitrogen. Symbol O. Atomic weight 15.96.
 noun (n.) Chlorine used in bleaching.

pauhaugennoun (n.) The menhaden; -- called also poghaden.

pohagennoun (n.) See Pauhaugen.

rontgenadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the German physicist Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen, or the rays discovered by him; as, Rontgen apparatus.

twiggenadjective (a.) Made of twigs; wicker.

tannigennoun (n.) A compound obtained as a yellowish gray powder by the action of acetyl chloride or acetic anhydride or ordinary tannic acid. It is used as an intestinal astringent, and locally in rhinitis and pharyngitis.

zymogennoun (n.) A mother substance, or antecedent, of an enzyme or chemical ferment; -- applied to such substances as, not being themselves actual ferments, may by internal changes give rise to a ferment.

xanthogennoun (n.) The hypothetical radical supposed to be characteristic of xanthic acid.
 noun (n.) Persulphocyanogen.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH LOGEN (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (loge) - Words That Begins with loge:


logenoun (n.) A lodge; a habitation.


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (log) - Words That Begins with log:


lognoun (n.) A Hebrew measure of liquids, containing 2.37 gills.
 noun (n.) A bulky piece of wood which has not been shaped by hewing or sawing.
 noun (n.) An apparatus for measuring the rate of a ship's motion through the water.
 noun (n.) Hence: The record of the rate of ship's speed or of her daily progress; also, the full nautical record of a ship's cruise or voyage; a log slate; a log book.
 noun (n.) A record and tabulated statement of the work done by an engine, as of a steamship, of the coal consumed, and of other items relating to the performance of machinery during a given time.
 noun (n.) A weight or block near the free end of a hoisting rope to prevent it from being drawn through the sheave.
 verb (v. t.) To enter in a ship's log book; as, to log the miles run.
 verb (v. i.) To engage in the business of cutting or transporting logs for timber; to get out logs.
 verb (v. i.) To move to and fro; to rock.

loggingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Log
 noun (n.) The business of felling trees, cutting them into logs, and transporting the logs to sawmills or to market.

logannoun (n.) A rocking or balanced stone.

logaoedicadjective (a.) Composed of dactyls and trochees so arranged as to produce a movement like that of ordinary speech.

logarithmnoun (n.) One of a class of auxiliary numbers, devised by John Napier, of Merchiston, Scotland (1550-1617), to abridge arithmetical calculations, by the use of addition and subtraction in place of multiplication and division.

logarithmeticadjective (a.) Alt. of Logarithmetical

logarithmeticaladjective (a.) See Logarithmic.

logarithmicadjective (a.) Alt. of Logarithmical

logarithmicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to logarithms; consisting of logarithms.

logcocknoun (n.) The pileated woodpecker.

loggannoun (n.) See Logan.

loggatnoun (n.) A small log or piece of wood.
 noun (n.) An old game in England, played by throwing pieces of wood at a stake set in the ground.

loggenoun (n. & v.) See Lodge.

loggedadjective (a.) Made slow and heavy in movement; water-logged.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Log

loggernoun (n.) One engaged in logging. See Log, v. i.

loggerheadnoun (n.) A blockhead; a dunce; a numskull.
 noun (n.) A spherical mass of iron, with a long handle, used to heat tar.
 noun (n.) An upright piece of round timber, in a whaleboat, over which a turn of the line is taken when it is running out too fast.
 noun (n.) A very large marine turtle (Thalassochelys caretta, / caouana), common in the warmer parts of the Atlantic Ocean, from Brazil to Cape Cod; -- called also logger-headed turtle.
 noun (n.) An American shrike (Lanius Ludovicianus), similar to the butcher bird, but smaller. See Shrike.

loggerheadedadjective (a.) Dull; stupid.

loggerheadsnoun (n.) The knapweed.

loggianoun (n.) A roofed open gallery. It differs from a veranda in being more architectural, and in forming more decidedly a part of the main edifice to which it is attached; from a porch, in being intended not for entrance but for an out-of-door sitting-room.

logicnoun (n.) The science or art of exact reasoning, or of pure and formal thought, or of the laws according to which the processes of pure thinking should be conducted; the science of the formation and application of general notions; the science of generalization, judgment, classification, reasoning, and systematic arrangement; correct reasoning.
 noun (n.) A treatise on logic; as, Mill's Logic.

logicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to logic; used in logic; as, logical subtilties.
 adjective (a.) According to the rules of logic; as, a logical argument or inference; the reasoning is logical.
 adjective (a.) Skilled in logic; versed in the art of thinking and reasoning; as, he is a logical thinker.

logicalitynoun (n.) Logicalness.

logicalnessnoun (n.) The quality of being logical.

logiciannoun (n.) A person skilled in logic.

logicsnoun (n.) See Logic.

logisticadjective (a.) Alt. of Logistical

logisticaladjective (a.) Logical.
 adjective (a.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic.

logisticsnoun (n.) That branch of the military art which embraces the details of moving and supplying armies. The meaning of the word is by some writers extended to include strategy.
 noun (n.) A system of arithmetic, in which numbers are expressed in a scale of 60; logistic arithmetic.

logmannoun (n.) A man who carries logs.

logodaedalynoun (n.) Verbal legerdemain; a playing with words.

logogramnoun (n.) A word letter; a phonogram, that, for the sake of brevity, represents a word; as, |, i. e., t, for it. Cf. Grammalogue.

logographernoun (n.) A chronicler; one who writes history in a condensed manner with short simple sentences.
 noun (n.) One skilled in logography.

logographicadjective (a.) Alt. of Logographical

logographicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to logography.

logographynoun (n.) A method of printing in which whole words or syllables, cast as single types, are used.
 noun (n.) A mode of reporting speeches without using shorthand, -- a number of reporters, each in succession, taking down three or four words.

logogriphnoun (n.) A sort of riddle in which it is required to discover a chosen word from various combinations of its letters, or of some of its letters, which form other words; -- thus, to discover the chosen word chatter form cat, hat, rat, hate, rate, etc.

logomachistnoun (n.) One who contends about words.

logomachynoun (n.) Contention in words merely, or a contention about words; a war of words.
 noun (n.) A game of word making.

logometricadjective (a.) Serving to measure or ascertain chemical equivalents; stoichiometric.

logosnoun (n.) A word; reason; speech.
 noun (n.) The divine Word; Christ.

logotypenoun (n.) A single type, containing two or more letters; as, ae, Ae, /, /, /, etc. ; -- called also ligature.

logrollernoun (n.) One who engages in logrolling.

logrollingnoun (n.) The act or process of rolling logs from the place where they were felled to the stream which floats them to the sawmill or to market. In this labor neighboring camps of loggers combine to assist each other in turn.
 noun (n.) Hence: A combining to assist another in consideration of receiving assistance in return; -- sometimes used of a disreputable mode of accomplishing political schemes or ends.

logwoodnoun (n.) The heartwood of a tree (Haematoxylon Campechianum), a native of South America, It is a red, heavy wood, containing a crystalline substance called haematoxylin, and is used largely in dyeing. An extract from this wood is used in medicine as an astringent. Also called Campeachy wood, and bloodwood.

logyadjective (a.) Heavy or dull in respect to motion or thought; as, a logy horse.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH LOGEN:

English Words which starts with 'lo' and ends with 'en':

lockennoun (n.) The globeflower (Trollius).
  (obs. p. p.) of Lock.