gnomologic

adjective gno·mo·log·ic \¦nōmə¦läjik\
variants: less commonly

gnomological

\-jə̇kəl\

Definition of gnomologic

  1. :  characterized by or consisting of gnomes or precepts :  gnomic

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Origin and Etymology of gnomologic

gnomologic from Greek gnōmologikos, from gnōmologia + -ikos -ic; gnomological from gnomologic + -al


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