Logabirum was documented for the first time in 1439 as Loghebeerne. Before the spelling of Logabirum was fixed, it had a number of different variations. e.g.
There are also many different ways of interpreting the origins of the name.
One possibility is that "Loghe" or "Loech" comes from German and meant "locality/local/village". "Beerum" or "Berum" means forest, thus "Logabirum" meant village at the forest. After G. Lohse and H. Thomas thought "birum" should be to attributed to the Germanic word "bir" (farmstead). Thus "Berum" would mean "in the yards" and Logabirum "in the yards with Loga".
Another interpretation again comes from that Celtic origins, i.e. "Lo" - height, "ge" - green country, "berum" - homestead of the bears. Here it is considered that the forest in its current shape was only cultivated by the count house and thus is substantially younger.
Logabirum was built on a Geestruecken running from SW to NO. The oldest traces of a settlement Logabirums could be retraced by different investigations and urn finds into the time before 2000 v. Chr. i.e. in filter mountains. There was an old Huenengraeberfeld, from which only one or two in a small Waeldchen at the road filter mountains are received.