Definition of Cryptology

1. Noun. The science of analyzing and deciphering codes and ciphers and cryptograms.




Definition of Cryptology

1. n. Secret or enigmatical language.

Definition of Cryptology

1. Noun. The practice of analysing encoded messages, in order to decode them. ¹

2. Noun. Secret or enigmatical language. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cryptology

1. [n -GIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cryptology

cryptographically
cryptographies
cryptographist
cryptographists
cryptographs
cryptography
cryptohalite
cryptolalia
cryptolect
cryptolith
cryptologic
cryptological
cryptologies
cryptologist
cryptologists
cryptology (current term)
cryptomaria
cryptomaterial
cryptomaterials
cryptomelane
cryptomenorrhoea
cryptomeria
cryptomerias
cryptomnesia
cryptomnesic
cryptomodule
cryptomodules
cryptomonad
cryptomonads
cryptomorphic

Literary usage of Cryptology

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1. U. S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's edited by Christopher Cox (1999)
"... gathering capabilities.42 cryptology Another potential application of HPCs by the PRC is cryptology — the design and breaking of encoded communications. ..."

2. The Life of Edgar Allan Poe by William Fearing Gill (1878)
"... and cryptology — Withdrawal from "Graham's" — Griswold's Confession of Facts, and its Cause — George R. Graham's Statement— A Pertinent Anecdote—The ..."

3. The Network Revolution: Confessions of a Computer Scientist by Jacques Vallee (1982)
"Other scientists took it for granted that the new cryptology techniques would soon become routine, and a number of companies applied for patents in this ..."

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