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-logy

 
word element [Gr.], science; treatise; sum of knowledge in a particular subject.
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-logia

(lō'jē-ă),
1. The study of the subject noted in the body of the word, or a treatise on the same; the Eng. equivalent is -logy, or, with a connecting vowel, -ology.
2. Collecting or picking.
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-logia

Suffix meaning 1. The study of the subject noted in the body of the word, or a treatise on the same; the English equivalent is -logy, or, with a connecting vowel, -ology [G. logos, discourse, treatise]. 2. Collecting or picking.
Synonym(s): -ology (2) .
[G. logos, discourse, treatise]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

-logy

Suffix denoting study, science, theory, thesis or creed.
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