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log·nor·mal

 (lôg-nôr′məl, lŏg-)
adj. Mathematics
Of, relating to, or being a logarithmic function with a normal distribution.

log′nor·mal′i·ty (-măl′ĭ-tē) n.
log·nor′mal·ly adv.

lognormal

(ˌlɒɡˈnɔːməl)
adj
(Mathematics) maths having a natural logarithm with normal distribution

log•nor•mal

(lɔgˈnɔr məl, lɒg-)
adj.
of, pertaining to, or designating a distribution of a random variable for which the logarithm of the variable has a normal distribution.
[1945]
log•nor′mal•ly, adv.
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