Suffix - graphy
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The English suffix -graphy means either "writing" or a "field of study", and is an anglicization of the French -graphie inherited from the Latin -graphia, which is a transliterated direct borrowing from Greek.
Speed and direction of wind, as measured by an anemometer.
Generally, but not necessarily, the list used or considered by an author in preparing a particular work
The science that studies crystallisation and the forms and structures of crystals
Such as size, growth, density, distribution, and vital statistics
A comprehensive list of the recordings made by a particular performer or of a particular composer's works.
A comprehensive list of the movies that share a similar characteristic such as the same genre, the same director, the same actor, etc.
A Victorian system of communication associating various meanings to various flowers.
The scientific description and analysis of the physical characteristics of Earth's surface waters, including temperature, salinity, oxygen saturation, and the chemical content of water. Oceanography (the study of saltwater bodies) and limnology (the study of freshwater bodies) are subsets of hydrography.
Eg freshwater lakes and rivers
A printing process in which the image to be printed is rendered on a flat surface, as on sheet zinc or aluminium, and treated to retain ink while the non-image areas are treated to repel ink.
The measurement of muscular phenomena, such as the velocity and intensity of muscular contractions
Including associated phenomena.
A writing upon the back of anything, as upon the back of a leaf or sheet already written upon on one side eg papyrus or stone.
Descriptive botany. The branch of botany that studies plant measurement and plant taxonomy.
Picture writing with symbols that may be either ideographic or phonetic in function. E.g. hieroglyphics
The branch of cryptography in which messages are hidden inside other messages
The art or practice of rapid writing or shorthand, especially the stenography of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Also the branch of oceanography that studies smaller bodies of water, as sounds, gulfs, etc.
X-ray photography (imaging methods) of a selected plane of the body by a method that eliminates the outline of structures in other planes.
The art of printing texts or illustrations, sometimes with color, from woodblocks
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