Log (לֹג, log, prob. a deep cavity, basin; Sept. κοτύλη, Vulg. sextarius), the smallest liquid measure (e.g. of oil) among the Hebrews (Le 14:10,12,15,21,24), containing, according to the rabbins (see Carpzov. Apparat. p. 685), the twelfth part of a "HIN," or six eggs, i.e., nearly a pint. SEE MEASURE.