If "ologies" and "ics," the lore of school and market, comfort their souls—be it so.
Aerostat′ics, that branch of physics which treats of the weight, pressure, and equilibrium of air and gases.
Athlet′ics, the art of wrestling, running, &c.: athletic sports.
Dialec′tic, Dialect′ics, art of discussing: that branch of logic which teaches the rules and modes of reasoning.
Dietet′ics, rules for regulating diet; Dietet′ist, one who lays stress on diet; Dī′etist, an authority on diet.
Ellaby read aloud: "A code (a) of eth (code) ics for (eth) mankind (ethics for mankind)."
Analyt′ics, the name given by Aristotle to his treatises on logic.
Hmat′ics, that branch of medical science concerned with the blood.
Hermet′ics, the philosophy wrapped up in the Hermetic books, esoteric science: alchemy.
Hygroscopic′ity; Hygrostat′ics, the art of measuring degrees of moisture.