Scott, well fuck the english language -- if we are to enter the Mother-Sea we've got to create a new language -- Heck, old Humphry Osmond knew this when he suggested 'psychodelic.' (and yes it was psychodelic, the 'o' became an 'e' later, so as not to be confused with psychotic.)
Here are your beloved defs.
n. 1. The state of the act of grasping.
2. A firm hold or grip on something of explicit ungripple nature.
ex. 'An embrace of an embrace.'
n. 1. An exhaustingly similar match, with no apparent similarities: a sylolog of itself.
2. The longitudinal knowledge (as in the case of scientific enquiry) of an enitity: an 18-hour
sylolog of work in the field.
ex. 'the sylolog of the gene became a text document'
Scott, please re-read my post below, I had already editted the harsh language