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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From νόμος (nómos, custom) +‎ -ίζω (-ízō, denominative verb suffix).

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νομίζω (nomízō)

  1. I use customarily, practise
    1. (legislation) I enact
    2. (with dative) I make a man of you, use
    3. (with infinitive) I am accustomed to doing
  2. I acknowledge, consider as
    1. I esteem, hold in honour
    2. (with accusative of object) I hold, believe
    3. (with accusative and infinitive) I deem, hold, believe that

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GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek νομίζω (nomízō).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /noˈmizo/
  • Hyphenation: νο‧μί‧ζω

VerbEdit

νομίζω (nomízo) (simple past νόμισα, passive νομίζομαι)

  1. think, consider, opine
    Νομίζω ότι η μητέρα του ζει.Nomízo óti i mitéra tou zei.I think his mother is alive.
    Νομιζόμουν για καλός μαθητής από τους καθηγητές μου, αλλά απέτυχα στις εξετάσεις.
    Nomizómoun gia kalós mathitís apó tous kathigités mou, allá apétycha stis exetáseis.
    I was regarded as a good student by my professors, but I failed my exams.

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