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the suffix -ology means the study of

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The suffix -ology means the study of

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The suffix ology stands for the scientific study of a specific subject.Climatology is the study of the climate. Biology is the study of biological organisms.

-Ology is a suffix. -Ology often means the study of.

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"-ology" which comes from the Greek word "logos" meaning word or knowledge.

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no. but ology is and ology means study of the study of.

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-ology IS the suffix. It means science. You can put various prefixes in front of it: biology, geology, psychology,

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yes it does. -ology is from the greek origin.(:

How many different words end with with the suffix -ology?

Ology means the study of. For example: Biology - study of bio

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The suffix ology means the study of. The study depends on the root word. For instance, zoology is the study of animals, and geology is the study of the Earth.