Complete Definition of "geology"

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Etymology
From Latin geologia: Greek γῠ(gê) "earth" + λÏÎ³Î¿Ï (logos) "word, speech, discourse".

Noun
en-noun|geologies

  1. The study of earth and land.

Translations

Basque: geologia#Basque|geologia
Bosnian: t+|bs|geologija|f
Croatian: t+|hr|geologija|f
Czech: t-|cs|geologie|f
Finnish: t+|fi|geologia
French: géologie f
German: t+|de|Geologie|f
Greek: γεÏλογία (geología) f
Icelandic: jarðfræði f
Italian: t+|it|geologia|f
Japanese: å°è³ªå­¦ (ã¡ãã¤ãã, chishitsugaku)
Latin: t-|la|geologia|f
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Persian: FAchar|زÙÛÙâØ´ÙØ§Ø³Û (zamÄ«n-Å¡enasi)
Portuguese: t+|pt|geologia|f
Russian: t+|ru|геологиÑ|f|trgeológija|scCyrl
Scottish Gaelic: eòlas-talmhainn m
Serbian:

Slovene: t+|sl|geologija|f
Spanish: geología f
Swedish: t+|sv|geologi
Turkish: jeoloji

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