Google Ology Words Ology Words: Ology Words C
Explore Ology Words and their Field of Study
What is Ology? Ology is a suffix referring to the "study of" something. Ology is a science,a discipline, a field of study,a subject of study, a branch of knowledge.This blog provides list of A - Z English words ending with the suffix -ology and their field of study.

Ology Words C

Ology Suffix Words starting with C

 birds nest,Caliology

Caliology the study of bird's nests.
Campanology  the study and the art of bell ringing
Carcinology  the study of crabs and other crustaceans
Cardiology  the study of the heart
Caricology the study of sedges
Cereology  the study of crop circles
Carpology the study of the structure of seeds and fruit
Cartology  is the study and practice of making maps 
Cetology  the study of cetaceans - whales
Characterology  the study of character
Chaology the study of chaos theory
Chirology the study of hands(palmistry).Telling fortunes by seeing lines
on the palm of the hand
Christology   the theological study of the person and deeds of Jesus
Choledology a treatise on the bile and bilary organs
Chorology  the study of the causal relations between geographical phenomena
occurring within a particular region and the study of
the spatial distribution of organisms
Chronology the study of historical records to establish the dates of past events
Chronobiology  the study of internal biological clocks
Chrysology the study of the production of wealth, especially as attained
 from precious metals
Climatology  the study of the climate
Clinology the study of aging or individual decline after maturity
Codicology the study of the preparation of books and manuscripts
(ink, paper, vellum etc)
Coleopterology  the study of beetles
Cometology study of comets
Coniology study of atmospheric dust and its effects on plants and animals, also spelled
Conchology  the study of shells and of molluscs
Contrology the science of control
Coprology  the study of feces
Cosmology  the study of the cosmos or Universe
Cosmetology  the study of cosmetics and their use
Craniology  the study of the characteristics of the skull
Criminology  the scientific study of crime
Cryobiology the study of the effects of very low temperatures on living organisms
Cryology  the study of very low temperatures and related phenomena
Cryptology  the study of how to encrypt and decrypt secret messages
Cryptozoology  the study of animals that may or may not be mythical
Ctetology the branch of biology that studies the origin and development of acquired characteristics
Cynology  the study of dogs
Cytology the study of cells
Cytomorphology  the study of the structure of cells