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custom is lord of all, Pind. ap. Hdt.; kata; novmon according to custom or law, Hes., Hdt., Att.; poët. ka;n novmon Pind.:— para; novmon contrary to law, Aesch.:—dat. novmw/ by custom, conventionally, opp. to fuvsei , Hdt., Arist.:—at Athens novmoi were Solons laws, those of Draco being called qesmoiv .

2. ejn ceirw`n novmw/ by the law of force, in the fight or scuffle, Hdt.; ejn ceiro;" novmw/ in actual warfare, Arist.; also, ej" ceirw`n novmon ajpikevsqai to come to blows, Hdt.

IV. a musical mode or strain, Aesch., Plat., etc.; novmoi kiqarw/dikoiv Ar.
2. a song sung in honour of some god, Hdt.; novmoi polenikoiv war- tunes, Thuc.


nomo-fuvlax »uØ1/4, a±ko", oJ , a guardian of the laws, Plat.


noov-plhkto" , on , ( plhvssw ) palsying the mind, Anth.

novo", NO vOS

NO vOS , novou , Att. contr. nou`" , nou`, oJ : in late writers are found cases of the third decl., gen. noov" , dat. noi? , acc. nova :

1. mind, perception, Hom., etc.; novw/ heedfully, Od.; pare;k novon senselessly, Il.; su;n novw/ wisely, Hdt.; novw/ labei`n ti to apprehend it, Id.; novw/ e[cein to keep in mind, Id.

2. nou`n e[cein means
a. to have sense, be sensible, Soph., Ar., etc.; perissa; pravssein oujk e[cei nou`n oujdevna to aim too high has no sense, Soph.
b. to have ones mind directed to something, a[llosÆ o[mma, qajtevra/ de; nou`n e[cein Id.; deu`ro nou`n e[ce Eur.

3. the mind, heart, cai`re novw/ Od.; so, novo" e[mpedo", ajphnhv" Hom.; ejk panto;" novou with all his heart and soul, Hdt., etc.

4. ones mind, purpose, tiv soi ejn novw/ ejsti; poiei`n ; what do you intend to do? Id.; ejn novw/ e[cein , c. inf., to intend, Id.; novon telei`n Il.

II. the sense or meaning of a word or speech, Hdt., Ar.


nosa±kerov" , av, ovn , ( novso" ) liable to sickness, sickly, Arist.


noserov" , av, ovn , = noshrov" , Eur.; n. koivth a bed of sickness, Id.:—Adv., noserw`" e[cein to; sw`ma Arist.


nosevw , f. hvsw : pf. nenovshka : ( novso" ):— to be sick, ill, to ail, whether in body or mind, Hdt., Att.; th`" povlew" ou[pw nenoshkuiva" not yet having suffered from the plague, Thuc.; n. ojfqalmouv" to be affected in the eyes, Plat.; no; nosou`n , = novso" , Soph.:—also of things, gh` nosei` Xen.

2. of passion, n. mavthn to be mad, Soph.; qolerw`/ ceimw`ni noshvsa" Id.
3. generally, to be in an unsound state, to suffer, nosei` ta; tw`n qew`n Eur.; n. ti tw`n ajporrhvtwn kakw`n Id.:—of states, to suffer from faction, be in disorder, Hdt.


noshleiva , hJ , care of the sick, nursing, Plut.

II. (from Pass.) matter discharged from a sore, Soph. From noshleuvw

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