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words denoting numbers

This is a list of words which you may need in your writing or speaking.

• Covey…A small number of birds

• Pack…A number of wolves

• School…A number of whales

• Gam… A number of whales

• Herd…A number of swine feeding or driven together

• Pack…A number of submarines

• Nest…A number of snakes living in the same place

• Flock…A number of sheep

• Rookery…A number of seals

• Rookery…A number of rooks

• Nest…A number of rabbits living in the same place

• Bevy…A number of quails

• School …A number of porpoises

• Gam…A number of porpoises

• Drove…A number of ponies driven together

• Muster…A number of peacocks

• Team…A number of oxen or horses harnessed together

• Troop…A number of monkeys

• Shoal…A number of mackerel

• Swarm…A number of locusts

• Troop…A number of lions

• Leap…A number of leopards

• Bevy…A number of larks

• Flight…A number of insects moving together

• Pack…A number of hounds

• Stud…A number of horses kept for riding, racing, and breeding

• Drove…A number of horses driven together

• Shoal…A number of herrings

• Gaggle…A number of geese

• Catch …A number of fish taken in a net

• Haul…A number of fish taken in a net

• Troop…A number of cavalry soldiers

• Herd…A number of cattle feeding or driven together

• Flight…A number of birds moving together

• Swarm… A number of bees

• Flight…A number of bees moving together

• Hive…A number of bees living in the same place

• Bevy…A number of beautiful girls

• Pack…A number of asses

• Swarm…A number of ants

• Nest…A number of ants living in the same place

• Nest … A number of rabbits living in the same place

• Nest … A number of snakes living in the same place

• Barren…A number of mules

• Brood… A number of chickens hatched at the same time

• Litter… A number of pigs, dogs, cats brought forth at one birth

• Kindle… A number of kittens

• Poultry… A collection of fowls, ducks etc…

• Cast… A couple of hawks

• Skein… a number of wild geese or swans in flight

• Zoo… A collection of wild animals

• Menagerie… A collection of wild animals

• Vivarium… A collection of wild animals

• Congregation…A number of people at church

• Audience…A number of people listening to a concert or a lecture

• Spectators…A number of people looking on at a foot-ball match

• Crowd… A number of people collected together in a street

• Gathering…A number of people gathered together for a purpose

• Assembly… A number of people gathered together for a purpose

• Society… A number of people gathered together for a purpose

• Coterie…A group of people who get together to work forsome cause

• Mob…A number of disorderly people

• Rabble… A number of disorderly people

• Canaille… A number of disorderly people

• Horde…A number of savages

• Choir…a number of singers in a church

• Host…A collection of angels

• Troupe…A number of artists, dancers, acrobats

• Company…A number of actors

• Staff…A number of servants

• Tribe… A number of persons of the same race or characters

• Cortege…A number of people following a funeral

• Bevy…A number of beautiful girls

• Army…A number of soldiers

• Troop… A number of soldiers

• Battalion… A number of soldiers

• Regiment… A number of soldiers

• Crew…a number of sailors manning a ship

• Gang…A number of workmen, prisoners, thieves etc…

• Gang…A number of slaves

• Coffle… A number of slaves

• Posse…A number of constables called to enforce the law

• Jury…A number of jurymen engaged in a case

• Panel… A number of jurymen engaged in a case

• Bench…A number of Judges or bishops

• Board…A number of directors of a company

• Anthology…A collection of poems

• Library …A collection of books

• Collection… A number of pictures, curiosities etc…

• Rope…A collection of pearls

• Bouquet…A collection of flowers

• Bunting…A collection of flags

• Chest…. A collection of drawers

• Fleet…A number of buses

• Fleet…A number of ships

• Fleet…A number of Lorries

• Convoy…A number of merchant ships protected by warships

• Herbarium…A collection of dried plants

• Cluster…A number of nuts

• Cluster… A number of grapes on a bunch

• Clump…A number of trees

• Forest… A large collection of trees

• Stack…A collection wood

• Stack… A collection of hay

• Stack…A collection of corn piled together

• Hamlet…A cluster of houses in a village

• Constellation…A number of stars grouped together

• Pencil…A collection of rays

• Clutch…A collection of eggs

• Suite…A set of furniture, rooms etc…

• Skein…A quantity of woolen thread

• Batch…A quantity of bread baked at the same time

• Shock…A mass of hair

• Fell…A mass of hair

• Claque…A number of hired applauders

• Truss…A bundle of hay

• Set…a collection of tools

• Carillon…A set of bells placed together for a tune to be played on them

• Bale…A quantity of cotton

• Bale…A quantity of wool

• Tuft…A quantity of grass

• Sheaf…A bunch of corn-plants

• Sheaf…A collection of arrows

• Hand… A bundle of bananas

• Group…A number of islands

• Crate…A collection of fruits

• Crate… A collection of crockery

• Field…A number of athletes

• Nest…A number of machine-guns

• Nest… A number of shelves
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words denoting traders

This Vocabulary-Traders is a list, full of words related to the Traders.

• Tanner…One who converts raw hide into leather

• Cutler…One who makes or deals in cutting instruments, e.g. knives

• Scavenger….One who cleans the street

• Charwomen…A woman employed to clean inside a building

• Confectioner…One who sells sweets and pastries

• Crimp…One who entraps men to serve in the army

• Croupier…One who collects the bets and pays out to the winner in the gambling club

• Janitor…One who takes care of a building

• Poulterer…One who sells fowls, ducks, turkeys etc…

• Cashier…One who pays out money at a bank

• Teller… One who pays out money at a bank

• Upholsterer…One who makes and sells cushions and covers for motor-cars

• Usurer…One who lends money at an exorbitant rate

• Cartographer…One who draws maps

• Philatelist…One who collects postage stamps

• Conjuror…One who performs tricks by sleight of hands

• Prestidigitator… One who performs tricks by sleight of hands

• Juggler… One who performs tricks by sleight of hands

• Funambulist…One who walks on ropes

• Acrobat…One who performs daring gymnastic feats

• Grazier…One who pastures cattle for the market

• Huckster…One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles

• Pedlar… One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles

• Chapman… One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles

• Hawker… One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles

• Potter…One who makes pots, cups etc…

• Tinker…One who goes place to place mending pots

• Shoemaker…One who mends shoes

• Cobbler… One who mends shoes

• Colporteur…One who travels from place to place selling religious articles

• Peripatetic…A teacher who travels from place to place to give instructions

• Invigilator…One who watches over students taking an examination

• Curator…A person in charge of museum

• Almoner…A hospital welfare officer

• Librarian…The person in charge of library

• Principal…The head of a college

• Mayor…The head of a town council or corporation

• Pawnbroker…One who lends money and keeps goods as security

• Scrivener…One who draws up contracts and also lends money on interest

• Shipwright…One who builds ships

• Stevedore…One who loads and unloads ships

• Wheelwright…One who makes wheels for carriages and carts

• Auctioneer…One who sells articles at public sales

• Undertaker…A tradesman who manages funerals

• Veterinarian…One skilled in the treatment of diseases of animals

• Stenographer…One who writes shorthand

• Poet…One who writes poetry

• Novelist…One who writes novels

• Author…One who writes books

• Lexicographer…One who compiles a dictionary

• Stationer…One who sells paper, ink, pen and other writing materials

• Taxidermist…One who preserves the skin of the animals

• Ethnologist…One well versed in the science of human races

• Anthropologist…One who studies the evolution of mankind

• Psychologist…One who studies the working of the human-mind

• Chandler…One who makes and sells candles

• Plumassier…One who works or deals in feathers for apparel

• Bursar…The treasurer of a college or a university

• Purser…An officer in charge of the stores and accounts on a ship
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words denoting professions

This Vocabulary : Professions is the list of words related to various Professions.

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• Oculist…One who attends to the diseases of the eye

• Optician…One who tests eyesight and sell spectacles

• Physician…One who attends to sick people and prescribes medicines

• Druggist…One who compounds and sells drugs

• Pharmacist… One who compounds and sells drugs

• Surgeon…One who treats disease by performing operations

• Dentist…One who attends to the teeth

• Chiropodist…One skilled in the care of hands and feet

• Masseur…One who treats diseases by rubbing the muscles

• Obstetrician…A physician who assists women in child-birth

• Accoucheur… A physician who assists women in child-birth

• Chauffeur…One who drives a motor-car

• Engineer…One who attends to an engine

• Doctor… One who attends to sick people and prescribes medicines

• Captain…The person in charge of a ship

• Admiral…The commander of a fleet

• Sculptor…One who carves in stone

• Lapidary…One who cuts precious stone

• Lapidist… One who cuts precious stone

• Journalist…One who writes for the newspaper

• Reporter… One who writes for the newspaper

• Correspondent… One who writes for the newspaper

• Compositor…One who sets type for books

• Architect…One who draws and plans the design of the building

• Draughtsman…One who draws plans

• Florist…One who deals in flowers

• Fruiterer…One who deals in fruits

• Drover…One who deals in cattle

• Costermonger…One who sells fruits or vegetables

• Ironmonger…One who sells iron and hardware

• Herbalist…One who deals in medicinal herbs

• Fishmonger…One who deals in fish

• Furrier…One who deals in furs

• Brazier…One who works in brass

• Glazier…One who works in glass

• Vintner…One who deals in wines

• Plumber…One who works mending water pipes

• Stoker…One who attends to the fire of steam engine

• Cooper…One who makes barrels

• Navvy…One employed to do excavating works

• Milliner…One who makes and sells ladies hats

• Haberdasher…One who sells small articles such as ribbons or thread or laces

• Draper…One who deals in cloths and other fabrics

• Mercer…One who deals in silk

• Jockey…A professional rider in horse races

• Farrier…One who shoes horses

• Ostler…One who looks after horse in an inn

• Hostler… One who looks after horse in an inn

• Geologist…One who studies rocks and soils

• Archaeologist…One who study the past through the objects left behind

• Astronomer…One who studies the stars

• Pilot…One who flies an aero plane

• Aviator… One who flies an aero plane

• Collier…One who works in a coal-mine

This • Oculist…One who attends to the diseases of the eye

• Optician…One who tests eyesight and sell spectacles

• Physician…One who attends to sick people and prescribes medicines

• Druggist…One who compounds and sells drugs

• Pharmacist… One who compounds and sells drugs

• Surgeon…One who treats disease by performing operations

• Dentist…One who attends to the teeth

• Chiropodist…One skilled in the care of hands and feet

• Masseur…One who treats diseases by rubbing the muscles

• Obstetrician…A physician who assists women in child-birth

• Accoucheur… A physician who assists women in child-birth

• Chauffeur…One who drives a motor-car

• Engineer…One who attends to an engine

• Doctor… One who attends to sick people and prescribes medicines

• Captain…The person in charge of a ship

• Admiral…The commander of a fleet

• Sculptor…One who carves in stone

• Lapidary…One who cuts precious stone

• Lapidist… One who cuts precious stone

• Journalist…One who writes for the newspaper

• Reporter… One who writes for the newspaper

• Correspondent… One who writes for the newspaper

• Compositor…One who sets type for books

• Architect…One who draws and plans the design of the building

• Draughtsman…One who draws plans

• Florist…One who deals in flowers

• Fruiterer…One who deals in fruits

• Drover…One who deals in cattle

• Costermonger…One who sells fruits or vegetables

• Ironmonger…One who sells iron and hardware

• Herbalist…One who deals in medicinal herbs

• Fishmonger…One who deals in fish

• Furrier…One who deals in furs

• Brazier…One who works in brass

• Glazier…One who works in glass

• Vintner…One who deals in wines

• Plumber…One who works mending water pipes

• Stoker…One who attends to the fire of steam engine

• Cooper…One who makes barrels

• Navvy…One employed to do excavating works

• Milliner…One who makes and sells ladies hats

• Haberdasher…One who sells small articles such as ribbons or thread or laces

• Draper…One who deals in cloths and other fabrics

• Mercer…One who deals in silk

• Jockey…A professional rider in horse races

• Farrier…One who shoes horses

• Ostler…One who looks after horse in an inn

• Hostler… One who looks after horse in an inn

• Geologist…One who studies rocks and soils

• Archaeologist…One who study the past through the objects left behind

• Astronomer…One who studies the stars

• Pilot…One who flies an aero plane

• Aviator… One who flies an aero plane

• Collier…One who works in a coal-mine <>
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words denoting government

This Vocabulary-Government is the list of words which you should know in order to become a good communicator.

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As usual, this Vocabulary-Government also contains the important words.

• Democracy…Government of people of the people, for the people and by the people

• Autocracy…Government by a sovereign with uncontrolled authority

• Despotism… Government by a sovereign with uncontrolled authority

• Aristocracy…Government by the nobility

• Bureaucracy…Government by the departments of state

• Oligarchy…Government by a few

• Plutocracy… Government by the wealthy

• Hierarchy… Government by priests or ecclesiastics

• Hagiarchy… Government by priests

• Hagiocracy… Government by priests

• Theocracy… Government by divine guidance

• Episcopacy… Government of the church by the bishops

• Stratocracy… Government by a military class

• Kakistocracy… Government by the worst citizens

• Autonomy…The right of self-government

• Politics…The science of Government

• Revolution…A radical change in the Government

• Referendum…To decide the political question by the direct vote of the electorate

• Interregnum…The period between two reigns

• Regent…One who governs the kingdom during the infancy, absence of the sovereign

• Consort…The wife or husband of the king or queen

• Census…An official numbering of the population

• Statistics….Facts and figures
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words denoting marriage

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• Monogamist…One who has only one wife or husband at a time

• Bigamist…One who marries second wife or husband while the first legal spouse is alive

• Polygamist…Man who has more than one wife at a time

• Polyandrist…Woman who has more than one husband at a time

• Misogamist…A hater of marriage

• Celibate…One who vowed to a single or unmarried life

• Divorce…Legal dissolution of marriage of husband and wife

• Alimony…Payment of money allowed to wife on legal separation from the husband

• Widower…A man whose wife is dead

• Dowry…The property that the new wife brings to her husband

• Widow…A woman whose husband is dead

• Fiancé…One engaged to be married

• Fiancée… One engaged to be married

• Betrothed… One engaged to be married

• Affianced… One engaged to be married

• Trousseau…A bride’s outfit

• Banns…Proclamation of intended marriage

• Elope…To run away with lover in order to get married
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words denoting places

This Vocabulary-Places is the list of words denoting various Places.

• Aviary…The place where birds are kept

• Apiary…The place where bees are kept

• Aquarium…The place where fishes are kept

• Hutch…The place where rabbits are kept

• Sty…The place where pigs are kept

• Insectariums…The places for keeping or breeding insects

• Igloo…The shelter for an Eskimo

• Chalet…The shelter of a Swiss peasant

• Dowar…The shelter of an Arab

• Tepee…The shelter of an American India

• Wigwam… The shelter of an American India

• Caravan…The shelter of a gipsy

• Kraal…A Zulu village

• Kabitka…The shelter of the Kirghis

• Kennel…The place where dogs are housed

• Stable…The place where horses are housed

• Pen…The shelter for a cow

• Byre… The shelter for a cow

• Dovecot…The house or a box in which live pigeons or doves

• Burrow…The dwelling place for animals underground

• Den…The home of a lion

• Drey…The home for the squirrels

• Lair…The resting place of a wild animal

• Form…The house of a hare

• Eyrie…The nest of a bird of prey

• Aerie… The nest of a bird of prey

• Dispensary…The place where medicines are compounded

• Hospital…The place for the treatment f sick people

• Monastery…The residence for monks or priests

• Convent…The residence for nuns

• Dairy…The place where milk is converted into butter and cheese

• Bakery…The place where bread and cakes are made

• Abattoir…The place where animals slaughtered for the market

• Brewery…The factory for manufacturing beer

• Distillery…The place liquors are produced

• Laundry…The place where cloths are washed and ironed

• Garage…The place for housing cars

• Hangar…The place for housing aero planes

• Hotel…The place where the travelers can get lodging

• Inn… The place where the travelers can get lodging

• Restaurant…The place where the people can get food or refreshment

• Cabaret…The variety show performed in a restaurant

• Caboose…The kitchen in a ship

• Church…The Christians’ place of worship

• Galley… The kitchen in a ship

• Hostel…The house for the residence of the students

• Library…The place where books are kept

• Archives…The place where the Government records are kept

• Factory…The place where the manufacturing is going on

• Laboratory…The place where the scientific experiments are conducted

• Incinerator…The place the wastages are reduced to ashes

• Gymnasium…The place where the athletic exercises are performed

• Herbarium…The place where the dried plants are kept

• Museum…The place where the treasures of arts, curiosities etc...are preserved

• Cache…The place where the treasures of arts are hidden

• Granary…The place for storing grain

• Depot…The place where the goods are stored

• Garret…The upper room or storey immediately under the roof

• Tannery…The place where the leather is tanned

• Barracks…The building for the accommodation of soldiers

• Cantonment…The place where the soldiers are quartered

• Mint…The place where the money is coined

• Observatory…The place where the astronomical observation are taken

• Orchard…The place where fruit-trees are grown

• Orphanage…The place where the orphans are housed

• Reformatory…An institution for reforming the young offenders

• Quadrangle…The square courtyard bounded by buildings

• Avenue…A wide road lines with trees on both sides

• Boulevard… A wide road lines with trees on both sides

• Cul-de-sac…The Street only opens at one end

• Mosque…the Muslims’ place of worship

• Reservoir…The place where water is collected and stored

• Resort…The place frequented for the reasons of pleasure or health

• Casino…The place where gambling is going on

• Crèche…The place where the children are cared for while their parents are at work

• Paddock…The place adjoining race-course where the horses are kept for racing

• Booth…A covered stall at a fair

• Scullery…the place where the plates and other utensils are washed up

• Dock…The place where the ships are repaired

• Quay…The place the ships are loaded or unloaded

• Dormitory…The sleeping room in an institution

• Refectory…The refreshment hall in a monastery

• Kindergarten…The school for infants and young children

• Glyptotheca…The room where the sculptures are preserved

• Vivarium…The place where the animals are kept alive (ZOO)

• Bunker…The receptacle for storing coal

• Scuttle… The receptacle for storing coal

• Caddy…The small box in which tea is kept

• Butt…The large cask for holding wine

• Hogshead… The large cask for holding wine

• Cellar…An underground place for storing wine or other provisions

• Portfolio…A portable case for holding papers or drawings

• Decanter…An ornamental glass for holding wine

• Creel…A basket in which the fishermen puts his fish

• Reticule…The lady’s handbag or workbag

• Ewer…The large jug or pitcher for holding water for the washbasin

• Cruet…The small bottle for holding sauces for the dining table

• Sheath…A case in which the blade of a sword is kept

• Scabbard… A case in which the blade of a sword is kept

This Vocabulary-Places is the list of words denoting various Places.

Try to use as many words as possible in your communications so that you would become familiar with this Vocabulary-Places.
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words denoting death

Vocabulary-Death is the list of words denoting Death.

• Asphyxia…Death due to deprived of air

• Corpse…The dead body of human being

• Carcass…The dead body of an animal

• Mortuary…The place where the dead bodies of human beings are temporarily placed

• Carrion…The decaying flesh of animal

• Morgue…The place where the dead bodies are placed for identification

• Cremation…Disposal of dead body by burning

• Embalm…To preserve the dead body from putrefaction

• Winding-sheet…The cloth which is wrapped round a dead body

• Exhume…To dig up a corpse

• Bier…The frame on which a dead body is conveyed

• Pyre…A pile of wood on which a dead body is burned

• Hearse…A vehicle for taking dead body to a cemetery

• Cemetery…The place the dead bodies are interred

• Post-mortem…An examination of dead body

• Autopsy… An examination of dead body

• Posthumous…Occurring after death

• Epitaph…An inscription on a tomb

• Crypt…A vault beneath a church for burial

• Sarcophagus…A stone coffin

• Catacombs…underground caves with burying places for the dead

• Mausoleum…A very expensive and elaborately built tomb

• Euthanasia…The practice of putting painlessly to death

• Obituary…An account in the news paper about the funeral of the deceased

• Intestate…To die, without leaving a will

• Legacy…The property left to someone by a will

• Requiem…The mass for the dead

• Cortege… The mass for the dead

• Suicide…The act of killing oneself

• Homicide…The act of killing a human being

• Infanticide…Murder of a new-born child (infant)

• Fratricide…The act of killing one’s brother

• Sororicide… The act of killing one’s sister

• Matricide… The act of killing one’s mother

• Patricide… The act of killing one’s father

• Parricide… The act of killing one’s parents

• Regicide… The act of killing the king

• Resurrection….Rising from the dead

• Cenotaph…A monument set up for the person who are buried elsewhere

• Electrocuted…Killed by an electric current
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Vocabulary-Instruments is the list of words denoting Instruments .

• Thermometer…An instrument measuring heat or cold

• Barometer… An instrument for measuring the pressure of air

• Anemometer… An instrument for measuring the force or variations of air

• Microscope… An instrument for making small objects appear large

• Telescope… An instrument for seeing distant objects

• Telephone… An instrument for transmitting the voice to the distant places

• Microphone… An instrument for increasing the volume of the voice

• Periscope… An instrument for enabling the persons inside the submarine to see objects above the surface of the water

• Seismograph… An instrument for detecting earthquake

• Camera… An instrument for taking photographs

• Speedometer… An instrument for measuring the speed of the motor-cars and other vehicles

• Metronome… An instrument for beating time during musical performance

• Micrometer… An instrument for measuring minute distances

• Manometer… An instrument for measuring gases

• Litho scope… An instrument for distinguishing precious stones

• Gyro graph… An instrument for measuring revolutions

• Ammeter… An instrument for measuring electric current

• Binoculars… An instrument for viewing distant objects

• Udometer… An instrument for measuring rain
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Vocabulary-Medicine is the list of words denoting Medicine.

• Epidemic…A disease affecting many persons at the same time and at the same place

• Pandemic…A disease widely epidemic

• Endemic…A disease confined to a particular district or a place

• Sporadic…A disease affecting widely scattered groups of people

• Antiseptic…A substance which destroys or weakens germs

• Cocaine…A substance used by a dentist to deaden the gum and nerve

• Chloroform…A substance used in surgery to produce unconsciousness

• Anesthetic…Ant medicine which produces insensibility

• Anodyne…A medicines which alleviates pain

• Cicatrices…The mark or scar left after the wound is healed

• Cicatrix… The mark or scar left after the wound is healed

• Toothpaste…The power or paste used to cleanse the teeth

• Dentifrice… The power or paste used to cleanse the teeth

• Antidote…A medicine to counteract poison

• Stethoscope…An instrument used by doctors for listening to the heart-beats

• Immune…Free or exempt from infection

• Isolate…To place apart to prevent from infecting others

• Narcotic…A medicine for producing sleep

• Opiate… A medicine for producing sleep

• Emetic…A medicine for causing vomiting

• Quarantine…Confinement to one place to avoid spreading infections

• Amputate…To cut off a part of person’s body which is infected

• Panacea…A cure for all diseases

• Convalescent…gradual recovery from illness

• Ambulance…A vehicle to carry sick people to the hospital

• Anemia…Want of blood

• Pulmonary…Affecting lungs

• Deodorant…a substance to keep down evil smells

• Diagnose…To be able to tell the nature of the disease by the symptoms

• Prognosis…A forecast of the result of a disease

• Fumigate…To disinfect by smoke

• Pathology…The science of the diseases of the human-body

• Culex…The mosquito which transmits filarial

• Anopheles… The mosquito which transmits malaria

• Stegomyia… The mosquito which transmits yellow fever
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• Polytechnic…An institution for the education in the Arts and Sciences

• Astronomy…The study of all heavenly bodies and the earth in relation to them

• Agriculture…The art of tilling the soil

• Horticulture…The art of cultivating and managing gardens

• Agronomics…The Science of land management

• Genealogy…The science of family descent

• Archaeology…The study of ancient building and prehistoric remains

• Paleography…The study of ancient writings

• Calligraphy…The art of beautiful hand-writing

• Metallurgy…The art of metal working

• Numismatics…The study of coins

• Mathematics…The study of numbers

• Surveying…The art of measuring lands

• Trigonometry…The science of triangles

• Taxidermy…The art of preserving skins

• Pyrotechnics…The art of making fire-works

• Chromatics…The science of colors

• Rhetoric…The art of elegant speech and writing

• Elocution…The art of effective speaking

• Astrology…The art of telling the future by the study of the stars

• Anthropology…The study of mankind

• Ethnology…The science which deals with the varieties of human-kinds

• Anatomy…The science of the structure of the human-body

• Physiology…The science which deals with the way in which the human-body works

• Technology…The scientific study of industrial arts

• Psychology…The study of the human-mind

• Physiognomy…The study of human face

• Biology…The study of living matter

• Botany…The study of plants

• Zoology…The study of animals

• Geology…The study of rocks and soils

• Ornithology…The study of birds

• Oology…The study of eggs

• Orology…The study of mountains

• Philology…The study of languages

• Etymology…The study of origin and history of words

• Astronomy…The study of stars

• Limnology…The study of lakes
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