chronological etymology

English word chronological comes from English chrono- (Time.), English -logical (Used to form adjectival forms of nouns ending in -logy.)

Detailed word origin of chronological

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
chrono- English (eng) Time.
-logical English (eng) Used to form adjectival forms of nouns ending in -logy.
chronological English (eng) In order of time from the earliest to the latest.. Relating to time, or units of time.

Words with the same origin as chronological

Descendants of chrono-
astrochronology chron chronal chronogeometry chronolatry chronolect chronology chronomancy chronomantic chronometry chronophile chronoscope chronosequence chronostratigraphy chronosystem chronotherapeutic chronotherapy chronotopic cosmochronology crony cronyism dendrochronology gyrochronology radiochronology
Descendants of -logical
bacteriological cardiology criminology cryptology cytology dermatology ethnology gerontology gynaecology histology ichthyology logy morphological morphology musicologist ophthalmology pharmacological pharmacology proctology seismology thermochronology topology urology