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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From (lógos, "explanation") +‎ - (-í?, abstract noun suffix).

Pronunciation

 

Suffix

- o (-logí?f (genitive -?); first declension

  1. Base for nouns denoting the study of something, or the branch of knowledge of a discipline.

Declension

Derived terms

  • ? f (astrología, "astronomy; astrology")
  • ? f (genealogía, "genealogy")
  • ? f (etumología, "etymology")
  •  f (theología, "theology")
  • ? f (i?trología)
  • ? f (kosmología, "cosmology")
  •  f (mete?rología, "meteorology")
  •  f (m?thología, "romance, fiction, legend; story-telling")
  •  f (oneirología)
  • ? f (osteología)
  • ? f (tekhnología, "technology")
  • ? f (khronología)

Related terms

  • - (-lógos) (?)
    • ? (astrológos)
    • ? (genealógos)
    • (theológos)
    • ? (etumológos)
    • (m?thológos)
    • ? (tekhnológos)
  • -? (-logikós) (-?, -)
    • (astrologikós)
    • (gene?logikós)
    • ? (theologikós)
    • (etumologikós)
    • (kosmologikós)
    • (m?thologikós)
    • (pathologikós)
    • (khronologikós)

See also

  • (analogía)
  • (philología), (philólogos)

Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek ? (lég?, "speak, pick, tell") (thus, "the character or department of one who speaks or treats of (a certain subject)"; see lecture).

Suffix

- o (-logíaf

  1. Suffix denoting the study of something, or the branch of knowledge of a discipline.

Derived terms


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