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Definition of the noun ology
What does ology mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: ologies
- an informal word (abstracted from words with this ending) for some unidentified branch of knowledge
- lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
- more generic terms: bailiwick / discipline / field / field of study / study / subject / subject area / subject field = a branch of knowledge
- more specific word: symbology = the study or the use of symbols and symbolism
Alternative definition of the noun ology
- [colloquial] Any branch of learning, especially one ending in “-logy”.
"Ology" is a musical album of Symbiont.
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Ology is an entertainment news and social media website based in New York City, United States. The key focus of Ology is to provide a place for users to share their passions, offering a platform where they can build communities, engage with one another, and discover new content amidst a vibrant gathering of active experts and professional editors.
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Doctor Who: Who-ology (2013)
by Cavan Scott, Mark Wright
Who~ology is a miscellany, a rattle-bag of facts, figures and trivia from five decades of time travel in the company of a madman with a box. From that junkyard on Totter's Lane to a snow-dusted Victorian London at Christmas. we cover the ...
by Michael Cantrell
Ology is the story of a middle school age boy who finds the diary of a mad scientist.
What is CVCV, and why Should it Be? by Tobias Scheer
"Phon"ology is the study of how neuronal linguistic structure is translated back and forth to the extra- neuronal world. The particular interface used is a secondary parameter that must not condition any property of the universal human capacity ...
Learning the Craft of Qualitative Research Interviewing by Steinar Kvale, Svend Brinkmann
Epistem- ology is the philosophy of knowledge and involves long-standing debates about what knowledge is and how it is obtained. Throughout this book we show how epistemological presumptions of qualitative interview knowledge ...
Spreading Misandry (2001)
The Teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture by Paul Nathanson, Katherine K. Young
Ide— ology is a way of thinking or perceiving that is manufactured by powerful and sinister “others”; (2) it promotes “misrecognition” (that is, distorted or fictional versions of reality that nevertheless give the impression of being very real); (3) ...
A Postmodern Latino/a Ecclesiology by Oscar Garcia-Johnson
We thought of this kind of metaphorical horizon wishing to show that Latino/a the- ology is a home in constant development, ajourney of critical faith of the few who have taken seriously the task of learning life and religion from the hands of the ...
ology is the theory that Protestantism is in some unexplained way directly related to liberty. To this, of course, is coupled the necessary implication, that Catholicism is related, with equal directness, to servitude. This theory has, for many years, ...
by John Lachs, Robert B. Talisse
OLOGY. Literary psychology isbestunderstood as distinguished from scientific psychology. It is an idea derived from George Santayana'sphilosophy, an idea hegotfrom Aristotle. In the Realm ofMatter, Santayana saysthat Aristotle ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
ology. See LOGY. oma. Suffix denoting a tumour e.g. lymphoma (of the lymph nodes). omoclavicular. triangle. (subclavian triangle) n. An anatomical description of a triangular area of the neck bounded inferiorly by the clavicle, superiorly by the ...
An Encyclopedia of Science and History by Brian C. Black, David M. Hassenzahl Ph.D., Jennie C. Stephens, Gary Weisel, Nancy Gift
” OLogy: The Museum's Science Website for Kids, http:// www.amnh.org/ology/climatechange. “Climate Change Toolkit.” Sciencenter: Look, Touch, Listen & Discover, 201 1, http://www.sciencenter.org/climatechangel .
by John R. Shook
The soci- ology of knowledge was thus a modern form of philosophical relativism and cast suspicion on human claims to absolute truth.
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
ology. •-/-/ Dalton's discovery that increased capacity of alt ...
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Scrabble value of O1L1O1G2Y4
The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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