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novmaio" , a, on , ( novmo" ) customary: novmaia, tav , like novmima , customs, usages, Hdt.


nom-avrch" , ou, oJ , the chief of an Egyptian province ( nomov" ), Hdt.


nomav" , avdo", oJ, hJ , ( nomov" ) roaming about for pasture: oiJ Nomavde" roaming, pastoral tribes, Nomads, Hdt., Att.; and as prop. n., Numidians, Polyb.

II. fem. Adj. grazing, feeding, at pasture, Soph.
2. metaph., krh`nai nomavde" wandering streams, Id.


nomeva" , ou, oJ , later form for nomeuv" , Anth.


novmeuma , ato", tov , ( nomeuvw ) that which is put to graze, i.e. a flock, Aesch.


nomeuv" , evw" , Ep. h`o", oJ , ( nevmw ) a shepherd, herdsman, Hom., etc.

II. a dealer out, distributer, ajgaqw`n Plat.
III. pl. nomeve" , the ribs of a ship, Hdt. Hence nomeuvw


nomeuvw , f. sw , to put to graze, drive afield, of the shepherd, Od.:—in Pass. of the flocks, to go to pasture, Plat.

2. bousi; nomou;" n . to eat down the pastures with oxen, Lat. depascere , h. Hom.
3. absol. to be a shepherd, tend flocks, Theocr.


nomhv , hJ , ( nevmw ) a pasture, pasturage, Hdt., Soph.

2. fodder, food, Plat.
3. a feeding, grazing, of herds: metaph., nomh; purov" a spreading of fire, Polyb.; nomh;n e[cein , of a cancerous sore, to spread, N.T.

II. division, distribution, Hdt., Plat., etc.


nomivzw , f. Att. nomiw` , Ion. 1 pl. nomievomen : aor. I ejnovmisa , poët. novmisa , pf. nenovmika :—Pass., f. nomisqhvsomai : aor. I ejnomivsqhn : pf. nenovmismai : 3 sing.plqpf. nenovmisto : ( novmo" ):— to hold or own as a custom or usage, to use customarily, practise, Hdt.; n. glw`ssan to have a language in common use, Id.; n. ou[te ajspivda ou[te dovru Id.:—Pass. to be the custom, be customary, Aesch.; swfrosuvnh nenovmisto was the fashion, Ar.; —impers., wJ" nomivzetai as is the custom, Trag.:—part. nomizovmeno", h, on , customary, usual, Thuc.; ta; nomizovmena customs, usages, Lat. instituta , Hdt., Att.; ta; nomisqevnta Eur.

2. to adopt a custom or usage, {Ellhne" ajpÆ Aijguptivwn tau`ta nenomivkasi Hdt.
3. c. dat. to be used to a thing, nomivzousin Aijguvptioi oujdÆ h{rwsin oujdevn , i.e. do not worship heroes, Id.: hence to make common use of, use, fwnh`/ Id.; ajgw`si kai; qusivai" Thuc.

4. c. inf. to have a custom of doing, to be accustomed to do, Hdt.:—Pass. impers., gumnou;" eijsievnai nomivzetai it is customary for them. . , Ar.; nenovmistai kalevesqai it has been usual to be called, Hdt.

5. Pass. to be ordered and governed after old laws and customs, Id.

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