Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of bees of the family Andrenidæ.
  • noun A genus of tineid moths founded by Clemens in May, 1860, and changed in August of that year to Chrysopora, the only species being now called C. lingulacella.

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  • noun a genus of bee; some are important pollinators of legumes

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Examples

  • The menu gives eccentric flourishes to classic Polish dishes, like herring and potatoes with arugula, or ribs baked in the sweet honey-flavored liquor krupnik (nomia. waw.pl).

    Warsaw Comes of Age

  • Keppleri mathematici olim imperatorii somnium seu opus posthumus de astro - nomia lunari (Francofurti, 1634).

    COSMIC VOYAGES

  • Following this tradition, the Greek [[New Testament]] also used nomia to signify the torah.

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  • New Testament also used nomia to signify the torah.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Following this tradition, the Greek [[New Testament]] also used nomia to signify the torah.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • This word is confused with nomia, and thus Torah, by many, yet they have nothing in common.

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  • Economy in order to articulate this possibility with the law-of-the-house and the law of the proper. oiko-nomia, which led me to reserve a particular Place for the two motif of light and home Du Marsais cites "borrowed home" in his metaphoric definition of metaphor: "Metaphor is a species of Trope; the word that one uses in metaphor is taken in another sense than the proper meaning. it is, so to speak, in a borrowed home, says an ancient; this is common and essential to all Tropes" Des tropes, ch.

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  • Economy in order to articulate this possibility with the law-of-the-house and the law of the proper. oiko-nomia, which led me to reserve a particular Place for the two motif of light and home Du Marsais cites "borrowed home" in his metaphoric definition of metaphor: "Metaphor is a species of Trope; the word that one uses in metaphor is taken in another sense than the proper meaning. it is, so to speak, in a borrowed home, says an ancient; this is common and essential to all Tropes" Des tropes, ch.

    enowning

  • Inlerea ex residuis Yespa - aiani aureis argenteisqoe nomia eront aon paoci» qui hoo adhoo anno fberint signati, nimirum extra urbem.

    Doctrina numorum veterum

  • Juppiter teden» ete* X '0ISOAI£1N. com et in qoibosclam nomia Aegarom AXAIXIN.

    Doctrina nvmorvm vetervm conscripta a Josepho Eckhel ..

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