-nomy

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From Ancient Greek νόμος (nomos, law, custom).

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-nomy (or -onomy when including the connecting vowel -o- that is commonly used in connecting two elements of Greek origin)

  1. a system of rules, laws, or knowledge about a body of a particular field; distribution, arrangement, management

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