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- suffix A combining form denoting a discourse, treatise, doctrine, theory, science.
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- suffix A
branchof learning; a studyof a particular subject.
- suffix Something
said, or a way of speaking, a narrative.
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The English -logy suffix originates with loanwords from the Greek, usually via Latin and French, where the suffix is an integral part of the word loaned. E.g. astrology from astrologia, since the 16th century.
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