Etymology
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loggy (adj.)
"heavy, sluggish," 1847; see logy. Related: Logginess.
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logy (adj.)
also loggy, "dull and heavy," 1847, American English, perhaps from Dutch log "heavy, dull" + -y (2); compare Middle Low German luggich "sleepy, sluggish." Or perhaps a variant of loggy.
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chromatology (n.)

"the science of colors," 1846; see chromato- + -logy.

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iconology (n.)
"study of icons," 1736; see icon + -logy.
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bibliology (n.)
"book-lore," 1804, from French bibliologie; see biblio- + -logy. By 1871 as "Biblical literature."
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oology (n.)

"the study of birds' eggs," 1823, from oo- "egg" + -logy "study of." Related: Oological; oologist.

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ophthalmology (n.)

"the medical science of the eye and its functions and diseases," 1822; see ophthalmo- + -logy. Related: Ophthalmological.

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carpology (n.)

"study of the structure of fruits," 1806; see carpo- (1) "fruit" + -logy.

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