Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Law-giving; legislation; a code of laws.
  • n. 2. The institution, functions, authority, etc., of the nomothetes.

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Examples

  • 'To andifatiko periehomeno tis koinonikis prostasias: I nomothesia gia tin ergasia ton gynaikon sti viomahania' (The contradictory nature of social welfare: On the legislation regarding female industrial labour).

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  • Pr.Ev. XIII 12 S: 1 -- Phaneron hoti katekolouthesen ho Platon te kath 'hemas nomothesia, kai phaneros esti perieirgasmenos hekasta ton en aute.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • * Phaneron hoti katekolouthesen ho Platon te kath 'hemas nomothesia, kai phaneros esti perieirgasmenos hekasta ton en aute.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • Christianity "[Greek: hê hêmetera paideia]", once also "[Greek: nomothesia]" (12; cf. 40: [Greek: hoi hêmeteroi nomoi]), and often

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