ology definition

  • noun:
    • Informal A branch of understanding.
    • Any part of discovering, especially one ending in “-logy”.
    • A colloquial or humorous name for just about any research or branch of real information.
    • A termination in many terms taken from the Greek or formed of Greek elements, particularly terms denoting a science or division of knowledge. Begin to see the etymology.
    • A termination of some nouns of Greek beginning (few or nothing of this sort being recently formed) in which -ology implies ‘a gathering.’ Examples are anthology, a gathering of plants (distinguished from anthology, the science of blossoms, a word of modern formation), and carpology.
    • A science title of which ends in -ology; hence, any science or part of knowledge.
    • a casual word (abstracted from terms with this ending) for some unidentified part of real information

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