diskography

[ dih-skog-ruh-fee ]
/ dɪˈskɒg rə fi /

noun, plural dis·kog·ra·phies.


Nearby words

  1. disk wheel,
  2. diskette,
  3. diskitis,
  4. disko,
  5. diskogram,
  6. dislike,
  7. dislimn,
  8. dislocate,
  9. dislocation,
  10. dislocation fracture

discography

or dis·kog·ra·phy

[ dih-skog-ruh-fee ]
/ dɪˈskɒg rə fi /

noun, plural dis·cog·ra·phies.

a selective or complete list of phonograph recordings, typically of one composer, performer, or conductor.
the analysis, history, or classification of phonograph recordings.
the methods of analyzing or classifying phonograph recordings.

Origin of discography

From the French word discographie, dating back to 1930–35. See disc, -o-, -graphy

Related formsdis·co·graph·i·cal [dis-kuh-graf-i-kuh l] /ˌdɪs kəˈgræf ɪ kəl/, dis·co·graph·ic, adjectivedis·co·graph·i·cal·ly, adverb

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British Dictionary definitions for diskography

discography

/ (dɪsˈkɒɡrəfɪ) /

noun

a classified reference list of gramophone records
another word for discology
Derived Formsdiscographer, noun

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Word Origin and History for diskography

discography

n.

1933; see disc + -graphy.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Medicine definitions for diskography

discography

[ dĭ-skŏgrə-fē ]

n.

Examination of the intervertebral disk space using x-rays after injection of contrast media into the disk.

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