Neopythagorean

See also: neo-Pythagorean

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EtymologyEdit

neo- +‎ Pythagorean

AdjectiveEdit

Neopythagorean ‎(comparative more Neopythagorean, superlative most Neopythagorean)

  1. Of or pertaining to Neopythagoreanism.
    • 2013, Helene Foley, Reflections of Women in Antiquity (page 311)
      Nevertheless Neopythagorean treatises are extant that were written in Alexandria at the end of the first century B.C. Some of these treatises were written by women adopting as pennames the names of earlier female disciples and relatives of of Pythagoras.

NounEdit

Neopythagorean ‎(plural Neopythagoreans)

  1. An adherent of Neopythagoreanism.