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1Of a dog: that has not been restrained or ‘logged’ with a block of wood: see "log". Now historical.
2Of woodland: that has not been felled or cleared; that has not undergone logging.
3That has not been recorded in a log or list; unrecorded, unregistered.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Freeman's Journal. From un- + log + -ed.
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