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The English suffix -nomics is derived from the Greek νόμος nomos, meaning "law." The fields ending with -nomics thus mean "law of" whatever the prefix is.

Examples:

  • Aeronomics
  • Astronomics
  • Costnomics
  • Economics: from οἶκος oikos, a home or household="law of the household"
  • Ergonomics
  • Genomics
  • Infonomics
  • Mnemonic
  • Pyronomics
  • Trendnomics
  • Taxonomics
  • Theonomics
  • -nomy

  • Antinomy
  • Deuteronomy
  • Portmanteau Words

  • Clintonomics
  • Nixonomics
  • Reaganomics
  • Rogernomics
  • Parentonomics (For the author of the Parentonomics book and website, see Joshua Gans.)
  • References

    -nomics Wikipedia


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