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-logia
See also: logia, lógia, -lógia, and -logía

Catalan

Etymology

From Latin -logia, from Ancient Greek - (-logía).

Suffix

-logia f

  1. -logy (a branch of learning)

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Finnish

Suffix

-logia

  1. -logy

Declension

Inflection of -logia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative -logia -logiat
genitive -logian -logioiden
-logioitten
partitive -logiaa -logioita
illative -logiaan -logioihin
singular plural
nominative -logia -logiat
accusative nom. -logia -logiat
gen. -logian
genitive -logian -logioiden
-logioitten
-logiainrare
partitive -logiaa -logioita
inessive -logiassa -logioissa
elative -logiasta -logioista
illative -logiaan -logioihin
adessive -logialla -logioilla
ablative -logialta -logioilta
allative -logialle -logioille
essive -logiana -logioina
translative -logiaksi -logioiksi
instructive -logioin
abessive -logiatta -logioitta
comitative -logioineen
Possessive forms of -logia (type kulkija)
possessor singular plural
1st person -logiani -logiamme
2nd person -logiasi -logianne
3rd person -logiansa

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Italian

Etymology

From Latin -logia, from Ancient Greek - (-logía).

Suffix

-logia

  1. -logy

Derived terms


Latin

Etymology

From Ancient Greek - (-logía).

Pronunciation

Suffix

-logia f (genitive -logiae); first declension

  1. -logy; the study of

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Descendants

  • Arabic: - (l?jya)
  • Bulgarian: - (-logija)
  • Catalan: -logia
  • Danish: -logi
  • Dutch: -logie
  • English: -logy
  • Finnish: -logia
  • Galician: -loxía
  • German: -logie (esp. Early New High German: -logei)
  • Greek: - (-logía)
  • Italian: -logia
  • Spanish: -logía
  • Swedish: -logi

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Occitan

Etymology

From Latin -logia, from Ancient Greek - (-logía).

Suffix

-logia f

  1. -logy (a branch of learning)

Derived terms



Polish

Suffix

-logia f

  1. -logy

Declension

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Portuguese

Etymology

Borrowed from Ancient Greek - (-logía).

Pronunciation

Suffix

-logia f

  1. (sciences) -logy (forms the names of scientific fields of study)

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