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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 ontoloģija — every branch of science and every theory has its own ontology


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