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Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

Etymology

From ? (ném?, "I distribute")

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (nómosm (genitive ); second declension

  1. usage, custom
  2. law, ordinance
  3. melody, strain
  4. ancient type of song
  5. kind of coin
  6. course of masonry

Declension

Derived terms

  • (anomía)
  • (ánomos)
  • (epinomís)
  • ? (eunoméomai)
  • (eunóm?ma)
  • ? (eunomía)
  • ? (eúnomos)
  • (nomíz?)
  • (nomothét?s)
  • (oikonomía)

Descendants

  • -> Aramaic:
    • Classical Syriac: (n?m?s?)
    • -> Arabic: ?(n?m?s)
  • -> Coptic: (nomos)
  • Greek: (nómos)
  • -> Latin: nummus (through Doric)
  • -> Sogdian: ?(nwm? /n?m/, "law, canon")
    • -> Old Uyghur: (nom, "book; Buddhist scripture")
      • -> Middle Mongolian: [Term?]
        • Classical Mongolian: (nom)
          • Mongolian: (nom)
          • -> Shor:
          • -> Tuvan: (nom)
        • Buryat: (nom)
  • -> Hebrew:

Further reading


Greek

Etymology

Inherited from the Ancient Greek (nómos).

Noun

o (nómosm (plural )

  1. law, rule, code
    ? ?
    O lógos tis ítan nómos
    Her word was law.
  2. nome (type of musical composition in ancient Greece)

Declension

Derived terms

  • ? n (anómima, "offence")
  •  f (anomía, "lawlessness")
  •  f (tsimpída tou nómou, "long arm of the law")

Further reading


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