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sym·bol·o·gy

 (sĭm-bŏl′ə-jē)
n.
1. The study or interpretation of symbols or symbolism.
2. The use of symbols.

sym·bol′o·gist n.

symbology

(sɪmˈbɒlədʒɪ)
n
the use, study, or interpretation of symbols
symbological adj
symˈbologist n

sym•bol•o•gy

(sɪmˈbɒl ə dʒi)

n.
1. the study of symbols.
2. the use of symbols; symbolism.
[1830–40; symbol + -logy]

symbology

1. the study and interpretation of symbols. Also called symbolism.
2. representation by means of symbols. Also called symbolism.
3. any system of symbols. — symbologist, n. — symbological, adj.
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1. the study and interpretation of symbols.
2. representation by means of symbols. Also symbolism.
3. any system of symbols. — symbologist, n. — symbological, adj.
See also: Representation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.symbology - the study or the use of symbols and symbolism
ology - an informal word (abstracted from words with this ending) for some unidentified branch of knowledge
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To learn more about Bloomberg's Open Symbology initiative and the FIGI, visit www.
The ISDA symbology project is a great example of the industry coming together to tackle an important challenge.
Language maps as a whole are a thematic map genre that features great variety in both the use of different symbology options and the display of different data variables.
What is happening is that a symbology that has been promoted within the retail standards industry for some years now has finally got a date where it's going to be mandatory in retail worldwide," says John Wilson, product manager of bi-optic scanners for NCR.
This patent was originally assigned to Veritec, a Minnesota-based developer of symbology codes, and is now part of a patent licensing program being carried out by Acacia Technologies Group.
5 standard to guide the user on how to specify different types of tolerances and how to use the proper symbology.
A symbology is called discrete if its characters can stand alone and can be decoded independently from those around them.
NEW YORK -- Bloomberg executives announced today that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the largest independent regulator for securities firms doing business in the United States, now recognizes Bloomberg Open Symbology (BSYM) for its Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine (TRACE).
which allows a user to scan a barcode, or other symbology, and search the Internet for matching or similar products.
Health & Disease Symbology Handbook: A Mind Body Perspective" takes a new approach to disease and health problems, calling for a bigger impact of the mind than usual.
In Hindu symbology, the serpent Ananta supports the world between its coils and ensures its stability.
While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode[R] symbology for secured data applications.