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Etymology of the Greek word nomos (νόμος)

the Greek word nomos, νόμος (law; name; law (through the idea of prescriptive usage), genitive case (regulation), specially, (of Moses (including the volume); also of the Gospel), or figuratively (a principle))
derived from the Greek word nemein, νέμω
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *nem-

Derivations in Greek

nomizein, nomikos, antinomia, eunomos, deuteronomion, anomos, nomarches, agoranomos, autonomos, nomographos, nomographia, nomothetes, oikonomos, -nomia

Derivations in other languages

English autonomic, English anomaly, English -nome, English heteronomous, English nome, English antinome, French anthonome, French hétéronome, French nome, French nome, French -nomie, French nôme, Italian nomo, Italian antinomismo, Italian fitonomo, Italian nomo, Latin binomius, Latin nomos

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