<zu gr. lexikós »das Wort betreffend«, dies zu léxis »Rede, Wort«>
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  • Lexicology — Lex i*col o*gy (l[e^]ks [i^]*k[o^]l [ o]*j[y^]), n. [Gr. lexiko n lexicon + logy: cf. F. lexicologie.] The science of the derivation and signification of words; that branch of learning which treats of the signification and application of words.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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