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Philology

Phi`lol´o`gy
n.1.Criticism; grammatical learning.
2.The study of language, especially in a philosophical manner and as a science; the investigation of the laws of human speech, the relation of different tongues to one another, and historical development of languages; linguistic science.
3.A treatise on the science of language.
Noun1.philology - the humanistic study of language and literature
Synonyms: linguistics
bowwow theory, comparative linguistics, derivation, descriptive linguistics, dialectology, dingdong theory, etymology, glossematics, glossology, glottochronology, glottology, grammar, graphemics, historical linguistics, language study, lexicology, lexicostatistics, linguistic geography, linguistic science, linguistics, mathematical linguistics, morphology, morphophonemics, paleography, phonetics, phonology, psycholinguistics, semantics, sociolinguistics, structuralism, syntactics, transformational linguistics
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Philomachus
Philomachus pugnax
Philomath
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