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  • V. ὑποψία, ἡ, ὑπόνοια, ἡ. Have a notion (inkling) of, v.:P. and V. ὑποπτεύειν (acc.), ὑπονοεῖν (acc.). Form a notion of: P. and V. νοεῖν (or mid.) (acc
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  • νότιον (redirect from nótion)
    νότιον: τό, = σίκυς ἄγριος, Διοσκ. 4. 152 (154), ἐκ τῶν νόθων. νότιον, τὸ (Α) το φυτό που είναι γνωστό με τη λόγια ονομασία σίκυς ο άγριος. Αναζήτηση
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  • καλὴ παῖς. 1. the first part in compds., where the notion of beautiful is added to the simple notion: καλο- is later and less common. 2. sometimes like
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  • the common notion, Id.10.27.8; κοιναὶ ἔ. axioms, heading in Euc.; general ideas, Chrysipp.Stoic.2.154, etc.; ψιλὴ ἔ. mere, i.e. vague, notion, Simp. in
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  • and V. γνώμη, ἡ, δόξα, ἡ, V. γνῶμα, τό, Ar. and P. διάνοια, ἡ. conceit, notion: P. and V. δόξα, ἡ, δόξασμα, τό, δόκησις, ἡ, ἔννοια, ἡ, V. δόκημα, τό. mental
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  • 1; 4, 2, 40.—    B Concr.    1    ( = notio, κατάληψις.) A conception, notion, idea: intellegi necesse est esse deos, quoniam insitas eorum vel potius
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  • subs. Imagination (the faculty): P. φαντασία, ἡ. Conceit, notion: P. and V. δόξα, ἡ, δόκησις, ἡ, δόξασμα, τό, ἔννοια, ἡ, V. δόκημα, τό, Ar. and P. νόημα
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  • comprehension, capacity, notion (this is the usu. class. signif. in the phrase ut est captus alicujus, according to one's capacity or notion): hic Geta, ut captus
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  • εως, ἡ, (οἴομαι)    A = δόξα, opinion, notion, Pl.Phd.92a, Phdr. 244c, Arist.Po.1461b3 ; esp. false or vague notion, opp. σαφῶς εἰδέναι, Id.Rh.Al.1431a40
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  • insepar. Prefix, opp. εὖ,    A un-, mis-, with notion of hard, bad, unlucky, etc., as δυσήλιος, δύσαγνος; destroying the good sense of a word, or increasing
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  • action de prendre d’avance ; t. de philos. la notion acquise par les sens, chez les Épicuriens ; p. ext. notion antérieure à toute perception par les sens
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  • 99.— II Transf., an idea, conception, notion of a thing: notio rerum, Cic. Tusc. 5, 39, 114: cum rerum notiones in animis fiant, id. Fin. 3, 10, 33: simulac
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  • 5; cf. cognosco.—    B In gen. a knowing, knowledge, an idea, conception, notion of a thing: notitiam praebere, Lucr. 5, 124: nostrae menti corpora posse
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  • et infimam multitudinem delinire, id. Mil. 35, 95.—    B With accessory notion of contempt, the populace, the lower class or order, the mass (poet. and
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  • ὑπό.    3 from the notion throughout (E), comes that of repetition and improvement, as in ἀνα-βλαστάνω, -βιόω, -γεννάω.    4 the notion of back, backwards
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  • [ῐ], Adv.    A forthwith, at once, in a moment, which notion is strengthd. by Hom. in αὐ. νῦν, μάλ' αὐ. on the spot, Od.10.111, al.: c. part., αὐτίκ' ἰόντι
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  • nĕ-que: or nec (used indifferently before vowels and consonants. The notion that nec in class. prose stands only before consonants is wholly unfounded
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  • ατος, τό,    A opinion, notion, conjecture, Th.1.141, Pl.Phdr.274c, etc.; fancy, E.El. 383; idea, presentation, Pl.Tht.158e.    II glory, LXX Is.46.13
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  •    3 once on a time, formerly, ἅ. καὶ ἅ. LXXJd.20.30.    II without any notion of number, after conditional and temporal Particles, if once, when once
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  • 11, 368.—    2    Fever-heat, Ov. M. 7, 554.— II Trop., viz., acc. as the notion of glowing heat or of destructive power predominates (cf. flagro, II.).—
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