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See also: ontologija and ontoloģijā


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Via some other European language, ultimately from Latin ontologia, from Ancient Greek ὤν (ṓn, on), present participle of εἰμί (eimí, being, existing, essence), and λόγος (lógos, study of), with the suffix -ia (Latvian -ija).


ontoloģija f (4th declension)

  1. ontology (branch of philosophy that studies being in its most general terms, its principles and structure; the ultimate essence and development of something)
    katrai zinātnes nozarei un katrai teorijai ir sava ontoloģijaevery branch of science and every theory has its own ontology


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