νόμος

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From νέμω (némō, I distribute)

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νόμος (nómosm (genitive νόμου); second declension

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

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from the Ancient Greek νόμος (nómos).

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νόμος (nómosm (plural νόμοι)

  1. law, rule, code
    Ο λόγος της ήταν νόμοςO lógos tis ítan nómosHer word was law.
  2. nome (type of musical composition in ancient Greece)

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