\\əˈkräləjē\ noun (-es)
Etymology: French acrologie, from acr- + -logie -logy

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acrologic /ak'reuh loj"ik/, adj.acrologically, adv.
/euh krol"euh jee/, n., pl. acrologies.
[ < F acrologie. See ACRO-, -LOGY]

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  • acrology — acrologic /ak reuh loj ik/, adj. acrologically, adv. /euh krol euh jee/, n., pl. acrologies. acrophony. [ < F acrologie. See ACRO , LOGY] * * * …   Universalium

  • acrology — acrol·o·gy …   English syllables

  • acrophony — acrophonic /ak reuh fon ik/, acrophonetic /ak reuh feuh net ik/, adj. acrophonically, acrophonetically, adv. /euh krof euh nee/, n., pl. acrophonies. 1. the use of what was originally a logogram as a phonetic symbol for the initial sound of the… …   Universalium

  • acr- — combining form or acro also akr or akro Etymology: Middle French or Greek; Middle French acro , from Greek akr , akro , from akros topmost, extreme; akin to Greek akmē point more at …   Useful english dictionary

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