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Symbology

Study of symbols. =‘In this linguistic class, we will discuss symbology.’ Etymology : Gk. symbolon ‘sign, symbol’ + ME –logie fr. Lat. –logia fr. Gk. More…

symbology

The study of something that represents something else Reason used: The person saying this word was probably confused and decided to add ‘ology’ to the end of a word because he More…

Symphomaniac

One who has an excessive interest in symphonies. This neologism is easily understood as referring to a person crazy about symphonies. Mania is by definition excessive; however this More…

Symphomaniac

A person that feels extreme devotion and appreciation for the orchestra. Apparent meaning and type of word formation: A person that feels extreme devotion and appreciation for the More…

Symphomaniac

A person that feels extreme devotion and appreciation for the orchestra. (‘the symphomaniac attends the orchestra concerts every other day’) Apparent meaning, etymology, and More…

Symphomaniac

A supporter of the Houston Symphony Symphony orchestras across the country are losing money as their audiences age, and they are therefore trying to get adolescents and young adults More…

syms

To use the Matlab syms command to declare a set of variables as symbolic meaning that, in calculations referencing them, Matlab will provide the symbolic solution, using the symbolic More…

synco

In a rhythmic, syncopated manner Reason used: The word was used to describe a desired musical style in a short way. =Play it synco. Etymology : clipping from 'syncopated' =orchestra More…

Syrup

A drug that is made of the chemicals from, of directly from Robitussin, a common cold medicine. Syrup has hallucinogenic properties. This word is common in drug culture as well as More…

Syrup-Sippin'

To consume cough syrup for its hallucinogenic effects Syrup, in the compound, has undergone a narrowing and, in the recent past, has undergone a less dramatic widening. First in narrowed More…


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