11.30: web.adds/engl/a word for study of sensible terminology:

. instead of the word "(engl),
I was hoping for a replacement that meant
study and design of sensible terminology .

. the derivation of a word.
2. an account of the history of a particular word or element of a word.
3. the study of historical linguistic change,
esp. as manifested in individual words.

1398, from Gk. etymologia, from etymon "true sense"
(neut. of etymos "true," related to eteos "true")
+ logos "word." In classical times, of meanings; later, of histories.
Latinized by Cicero as veriloquium.
1350Ð1400; ME: L etymologia: Gk etymolog’a,
equiv. to etymol—g(os) studying the true meanings and values of words
(Žtymo(s) true (see etymon ) + l—gos word, reason) + -ia -y 3

1955Ð60; : Gk lŽxis speech, diction, word, text,
equiv. to lŽg(ein) to speak, recount
(akin to l—gos account, word, L legere to read;
see logos, lection ) + -sis -sis
the vocabulary of a language, as distinct from its grammar;
the total stock of words and idiomatic combinations of them in a language;

a symbol that represents a word
The branch of linguistics that deals with the lexical component of language.
study of the formation, meaning, and use of words
and of idiomatic combinations of words.

1. the writing, editing, or compiling of dictionaries.
2. the principles and procedures involved in
writing, editing, or compiling dictionaries.

lexicon (plural: lexica):
a wordbook or dictionary, esp. of Greek, Latin, or Hebrew.
2. the vocabulary of a particular language, field, social class, person, etc.
3. inventory or record
4. Linguistics.
a. the total inventory of morphemes in a given language.
b. the inventory of base morphemes plus their combinations with derivational morphemes.

1. of or pertaining to the words or vocabulary of a language,
esp. as distinguished from its grammatical and syntactical aspects.
2. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a lexicon.

n. The fundamental unit of the lexicon of a language.
Find, finds, found, and finding are forms of the English lexeme find.