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accounting for, answerability, antecedents, application, arrogation, ascription, assignation, assignment, attachment, attribution, base, basis, blame, call, causation, cause, cause and effect, charge, connection with, credit, derivation from, determinant, determinative, element, factor, ground, grounds, honor, imputation, occasion, palaetiology, placement, principle, reference to, responsibility, saddling, stimulus

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  • Etiology — (alternatively aetiology, aitiology) is the study of causation. The word is derived from the Greek gr. αἰτιολογία, aitiologia , giving a reason for ( gr. αἰτία, aitia , cause ; and gr. λογία, logia ). [cite book | title = Aetiology | work =… …   Wikipedia

  • etiology — [ēt΄ē äl′ə jē] n. pl. etiologies [LL aetiologia < Gr aitiologia < aitia, cause (< base of aisa, fate: see DIET1) + logia, description: see LOGY] 1. the assignment of a cause, or the cause assigned [the etiology of a folkway] 2. the… …   English World dictionary

  • Etiology — E ti*ol o*gy, n. [Cf. F. [ e]tiologie.] The science of causes. Same as ?{tiology}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • etiology — science of causes or causation, 1550s, from L.L. aetiologia, from Gk. aitiologia statement of cause, from aitia cause + logia a speaking (see LOGY (Cf. logy)). Related: Etiologic; etiological …   Etymology dictionary

  • Etiology — The study of the causes. For example, of a disorder. The word etiology is mainly used in medicine, where it is the science that deals with the causes or origin of disease, the factors which produce or predispose toward a certain disease or… …   Medical dictionary

  • etiology — [[t]i͟ːtiɒ̱ləʤi[/t]] etiologies also aetiology N VAR: oft the N of n The etiology of a disease or a problem is the study of its causes. ...the etiology of psychiatric disorder …   English dictionary

  • Etiology of transsexualism — The etiology of transsexualism, meaning the cause or causes of transsexualism, is an area of interest for many transsexual people, physicians, psychologists, other mental health professionals, and family members and friends of transsexual people …   Wikipedia

  • etiology — noun (plural gies) Etymology: Medieval Latin aetiologia statement of causes, from Greek aitiologia, from aitia cause Date: circa 1555 1. cause, origin; specifically the cause of a disease or abnormal condition 2. a branch of knowledge concerned… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • etiology — etiologist, n. /ee tee ol euh jee/, n., pl. etiologies. 1. Pathol. a. the study of the causes of diseases. b. the cause or origin of a disease. 2. the study of causation. 3. any study of causes, causation, or causality, as in philosophy, biology …   Universalium

  • etiology — et|i|ol|o|gy [ˌi:tiˈɔlədʒi, US ˈa:lə ] n [U and C] [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: aetiologia, from Greek aitia cause ] technical the cause of a disease or the scientific study of this >etiological [ˌi:tiəˈlɔdʒıkəl US ˈla: ] adj… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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