name : ology
medica; the science of remedies.
science which treats of rays of light, especially of the actinic or chemical
part of physiology that treats of the glands.
science of aerolites. (A stone, or metallic mass, which has fallen to the earth
from distant space; a meteorite; a meteoric stone.)
department of physics which treats of the atmosphere.
science of sensation in relation to nervous action.
branch of knowledge concerned with the causes of particular phenomena,
specifically a branch of medical science concerned with the causes and origins
or comparative study of the customs of savage or uncivilized tribes.
part of botany which treats of the grasses.
science which treats of the nature of truth and evidence.
study or science of algae or seaweeds.
treatise on amphibious animals; the department of natural history which treats
of the Amphibia.
phrase, discourse, or proposition, susceptible of two interpretations; and
hence, of uncertain meaning. It differs from equivocation, which arises from the
twofold sense of a single term.
medical study of how to eliminate pain and sensationin people undergoing surgery
and other medical procedures. Ananesthesiologist is a doctor administers
anaesthesia during surgery.
discourse on angels, or a body of doctrines in regard to angels.
same mythology commanded the general consent; the same angelology,
study> That part of anatomy which treats of blood vessels and lymphatics.
The science of the structure and functions of the human body.
The science of man; sometimes used
in a limited sense to mean the study of man as an object of natural history, or
as an animal.
That manner of expression by which the inspired writers attribute human parts
and passions to God.
department of zoology which treats of spiders and other Arachnida.
science or study of antiquities, esp. Prehistoric antiquities, such as the
remains of buildings or monuments of an early epoch, inscriptions, implements,
and other relics, written manuscripts, etc.
part of moral philosophy which treats of virtue, its nature, and the means of
attaining to it.
science of dining.
part of anatomy which treats of arteries.
part of anatomy which treats of joints.
study of life that potentially exists on planets or celestial bodiesother
science of aerolites.
its etymological signification, the science of the stars; among the ancients,
synonymous with astronomy; subsequently, the art of judging of the influences of
the stars upon human affairs, and of foretelling events by their position and
was much in vogue during the Middle Ages, and became the parent of modern
astronomy, as alchemy did of chemistry. It was divided into two kinds: judicial
astrology, which assumed to foretell the fate and acts of nations and
individuals, and natural astrology, which undertook to predict events of
inanimate nature, such as changes of the weather, etc.
investigation of the relation between the sun, moon, and stars, and the weather.
founded on observation or knowledge of the celestial bodies.
interaction between chemicals in which one partially or completelyinhibits the
effect of the other (for example, a drug that blocks a hormone's receptor site
would be a hormone antagonist).
branch of science which treats of the laws and phenomena of aqueous vapor
science or a treatise on the atmosphere.
doctrine of atoms.
study of a single organism or a single species.
science of eggs in relation to their colouring, size, shape, and number.