Definition of Tokology

1. tocology [n -GIES] - See also: tocology



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tokology

tokens
toker
tokers
tokes
tokhes
tokin
toking
tokins
tokkoite
tokkurinage
toko
toko-
tokoeka
tokoekas
tokologies
tokology (current term)
tokoloshe
tokomak
tokomaks
tokonoma
tokonomas
tokos
tokoyama
toktokkie
toktokkies
toku-dawara
tokusatsu
tola
tolah
tolahs

Literary usage of Tokology

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1. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"This book is called tokology, the science of the bearing of children. There are all kinds of strange sciences, but there is no such science, and yet, ..."

2. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"This book is called tokology, the science of the bearing of children. There are all kinds of strange sciences, but there is no such science, and yet, ..."

3. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"This book is called tokology, the science of the bearing of children. There are all kinds of strange sciences, but there is no such science, and yet, ..."

4. Karezza: Ethics of Marriage by Alice Bunker Stockham (1903)
"WOMEN NEED NOT oo DOWN TO DEATH tokology teaches possible painless pregnancy and ... If 1 could not get another tokology, I would not part with mine for a ..."

5. Mysteria: History of the Secret Doctrines and Mystic Rites of Ancient by Otto Henne am Rhyn (1895)
"If I could not get another tokology, I would not part with mine fora ... "I followed tokology and now, after fifteen vears of childless married life, ..."

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