assioma

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin axiōma, from Ancient Greek ἀξίωμα (axíōma, that which is thought to fit, a requisite, that which a pupil is required to know beforehand, a self-evident principle), from ἀξιόω (axióō, to think fit or worthy, require, demand), from ἄξιος (áxios, worthy, fit, literally weighing as much as, of like value), from ἄγω (ágō, I drive).

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Noun[edit]

assioma m (plural assiomi)

  1. axiom