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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin īsagōgē, from Ancient Greek εἰσαγωγή (eisagōgḗ, lead-in), from εἰς (eis, into) + ἀγωγή (agōgḗ, to lead).

NounEdit

isagoge (plural isagoges)

  1. An introduction, especially (particularly capitalized) Porphyry's introduction to the works of Aristotle.

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isagoge f (plural isagogi)

  1. isagoge

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek εἰσαγωγή (eisagōgḗ, lead-in), from εἰς (eis, into) + ἀγωγή (agōgḗ, to lead).

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NounEdit

īsagōgē f (genitive īsagōgēs); first declension

  1. An isagoge: an introduction

DeclensionEdit

First-declension noun (Greek-type).

Case Singular Plural
Nominative īsagōgē īsagōgae
Genitive īsagōgēs īsagōgārum
Dative īsagōgae īsagōgīs
Accusative īsagōgēn īsagōgās
Ablative īsagōgē īsagōgīs
Vocative īsagōgē īsagōgae

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