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semiology

noun se·mi·ol·o·gy \ˌsē-mē-ˈä-lə-jē, ˌse-mē-, ˌsē-ˌmī-\

Definition of SEMIOLOGY

:  the study of signs; especially :  semiotics
se·mi·o·log·i·cal \(ˌ)sē-ˌmī-ə-ˈlä-ji-kəl, ˌse-mē-ə-\ adjective
se·mi·o·log·i·cal·ly \-ə-ˈlä-ji-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
se·mi·ol·o·gist \-ˈä-lə-jist\ noun

Origin of SEMIOLOGY

Greek sēmeion sign
First Known Use: circa 1890
Medical Dictionary

semiology

noun se·mi·ol·o·gy
plural se·mi·ol·o·gies

Medical Definition of SEMIOLOGY

:  the study of signs: as a :  symptomatology 2 b :  semiotic

Variants of SEMIOLOGY

se·mi·ol·o·gy or se·mei·ol·o·gy \ˌsem-ē-ˈäl-ə-jē, ˌsē-mē-\

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