noun, plural ter·mi·nol·o·gies.
Examples from the Web for terminology
Despite the confusion on terminology, Grimes does appear to exercise solid technique with her shotgun.Alison Lundergan Grimes’s New TV Ad Is One Big Gun Gaffe|Tim Mak|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All sides agreed that it was brought down by a Buk antiaircraft missile, also known as a SA-17 Grizzly in NATO terminology.
According to Schober, this personalization process began way back in 1985 with the terminology itself.We're All Still Secretly Using Our 1990s AOL Screen Names. Why?|Andrew Romano|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The problem with ‘war’ terminology is that it may breed frustration and contempt, and eventually complacency and cynicism.
For decades, peace advocates have held fast to this terminology and logic.
He appears to be successful only because he changes the terminology, and the state of the question.
A similar improvement in terminology would be very salutary in many other branches of science.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive|John Stuart Mill
(2,000 dollars) be called net profits or surplus interest, is mainly a matter of terminology.Distributive Justice|John A. (John Augustine) Ryan
The Englishman sent a letter to Lone Sahib, couched in what he remembered of the terminology of the creed.The Lock And Key Library|Various
The terminology of the driest didactic texts is saturated with mythology.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism|Franz Cumont
British Dictionary definitions for terminology
noun plural -gies
Word Origin for terminology
Word Origin and History for terminology
1801, from German Terminologie (1786), a hybrid coined by C.G. Schütz of Jena, from Medieval Latin terminus "word, expression" (see terminus) + Greek -logia "a dealing with, a speaking of" (see -logy).