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Od -o- (interconsonantal vowel) +‎ -logy.



  1. , used for phonological reasons when the preceding morpheme ends in certain consonant sounds.
  2. (often humorous) added to an ordinary English word to create a name for a (possibly non-existent) field of study.
    • 1843, Thomas Chandler Haliburton, The Attache; or, Sam Slick in England:
      Qell, he knows all about mineralogy, and geology, and astrology, and every thing a'most, except what he ought to know, and that is dollar-ology.
    • 1857, Delia Bacon, The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakespeare Unfolded: long as a mere human word-ology is suffered to remain here, clogging all with its deadly impotence...
    • 1916, Jack London, The Little Lady of the Big House:
      It seems he'd been making original researches in anthropology, or folk-lore-ology, or something like that.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      2010 oktobar 17, Hadley Freeman, “Tattoos: what makes one spiritual and another Katona-esque?”, in The Guardian[1]:
      Lua greška in Modul:languages/errorGetBy at line 14: Please specify a language or etymology language code in the first parameter; the value "<strong class="error"><span class="scribunto-error" id="mw-scribunto-error-51fddb02">Script error: The function &quot;first_lang&quot; does not exist.</span></strong>" is not valid (see Wiktionary:List of languages)..

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