from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to some ancient Greek named Nicomachus; particularly, either
- Nicomachus, physician to Amyntas II., King of Macedonia, and the father of Aristotle, the philosopher, or
- Nicomachus the Younger, a son of Aristotle, who, like his father and grandfather, was also an author.
- the “Ethics of Aristotle,” said to have been published by Nicomachus the Younger after his father's death.
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