sociologese etymology

English word sociologese comes from English -ese, English sociology

Detailed word origin of sociologese

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ese English (eng) Used to form adjectives and nouns describing things and characteristics of a city, region, or country, such as the people and the language spoken by these people.. Used to form nouns meaning the jargon used by a particular profession or in a particular context.
sociology English (eng) The study of society, human social interaction and the rules and processes that bind and separate people not only as individuals, but as members of associations, groups and institutions.
sociologese English (eng) The jargon used by sociologists.

Words with the same origin as sociologese

Descendants of -ese
Adenese Amsterdamese Chinee Diggerese Engganese Lebanese Maltese Ravennese Rwandese Sentinelese Timese Vietnamese Voynichese Zhejiangese babyese commercialese dubbese educationese fashionese headlinese legalese parentese tabloidese therapese typoese
Descendants of sociology
anthroposociologist sociologist sociologize