chronology etymology

English word chronology comes from English -logy, English chrono- (Time.)

Detailed word origin of chronology

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-logy English (eng) A branch of learning; a study of a particular subject.. Something said, or a way of speaking, a narrative.
chrono- English (eng) Time.
chronology English (eng) (countable) an arrangement of events into chronological order; called a timeline when involving graphical elements.. (uncountable) the science of determining the order in which events occurred.

Words with the same origin as chronology

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