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Co·do·lo·gy (kɒdˈɒlədʒɪ):
origin: (1847) Irish, "cod" = joke or sham -- popularized late 19th century by James Joyce

1. Informal (colloq.), the mastery or act of bluffing/deception; lying taken to the form of a pseudo-science.
see also: cods·wal·lop

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Tags: c, irish, noun, slang, wordsmith: theidolhands

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