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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From the root of ? (manthán?, "I learn") +‎ - (-ma, result noun suffix).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (máth?man (genitive ); third declension

  1. something that is learned: a lesson
  2. learning, knowledge
  3. (often in the plural) the mathematical sciences in particular, the quadrivium: arithmetic, geometry, astronomy and astrology, harmonics
  4. a creed

Inflection

Derived terms

  • (math?matikós)

References


Greek

Etymology

? (mathaíno, "to learn") +‎ - (-ma)

Noun

o (máthiman (plural )

  1. lesson (a period set aside for tuition)
  2. subject (an area of knowledge to be taught)
  3. lesson, experience (knowledge gained from an incident in life)

Declension

Related terms

see: ? (mathaíno, "to learn")

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