semiologic /see'mee euh loj"ik, sem'ee-, se'muy-/, semiological, adj.semiologist, n.
/see'mee ol"euh jee, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n.
the study of signs and symbols; semiotics.
Also, semeiology.
[1885-90; < Gk semeîo(n) sign + -LOGY]

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