Antonymic vs Terminology - What's the difference?

antonymic | terminology |


As an adjective antonymic

is of or relating to an antonym or antonyms.

As a noun terminology is

the doctrine of terms; a theory of terms or appellations; a treatise on terms, a system of specialized terms.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

antonymic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Of or relating to an antonym or antonyms.
  • * 2003 , M. Lynne Murphy, Semantic Relations and the Lexicon: Antonymy, Synonymy and Other Paradigms , p. 30.
  • Similarly, antonymic relationships vary by sense.

    terminology

    Noun

    (terminologies)
  • The doctrine of terms; a theory of terms or appellations; a treatise on terms, a system of specialized terms.
  • The set of terms actually used in any business, art, science, or the like; nomenclature; technical terms; as, the terminology of chemistry.
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    Synonyms

    * nomenclature, vocabulary, language, wording, phraseology, jargon, lingo, -ese

    Derived terms

    * terminological * terminologically * terminologist