pasimology

noun pas·i·mol·o·gy \ˌpasəˈmäləjē\

Definition of pasimology

plural

-es

  1. :  the study of gestures as a means of communication

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Origin and Etymology of pasimology

probably from Greek pasi for all + sēma sign + English -o- + -logy — more at pasigraphy, semantics


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