semiology

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From New Latin semaeologia, from Ancient Greek σημεῖον (sēmeîon, sign) + -logia (-logy)

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semiology (countable and uncountable, plural semiologies)

  1. Semiotics, the study of signs.
  2. (dated) The science of the signs or symptoms of disease; symptomatology.
  3. (dated) The art of using signs in signalling.
  4. The symptom expression of an epileptic seizure.

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