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Meanings of Nomineeism:

noun

The practice of nominating people to offices or posts, as opposed to electing them; (stock market) the practice of registering shares, bonds, etc., in a name other than that of the beneficial owner.

Nominees

ˌnɒm.ɪˈniː

Meanings of Nominees:

noun

A person who is nominated as a candidate for election or for an honour or award.

Usage examples:

An oscar nominee

Meanings of Nominy:

noun

A speech; a sermon, especially a long or tedious one.

Meanings of Nomism:

noun

Belief in the importance of strict adherence to the law, especially in religion or ethics.

Meanings of Nomisma:

noun

Money; coinage, especially viewed as a means of controlling the monetary system.

Meanings of Nomisms:

noun

Belief in the importance of strict adherence to the law, especially in religion or ethics.

Meanings of Nomistic:

adjective

Especially of religion: based on law; legalistic.

Meanings of Nomocanon:

noun

A collection of the canons of church councils, together with civil laws relating to ecclesiastical matters.

Meanings of Nomocracy:

noun

A system of government based on a legal code; the rule of law in a community.

Nomogram

ˈnɒməɡram

Meanings of Nomogram:

noun

A diagram representing the relations between three or more variable quantities by means of a number of scales, so arranged that the value of one variable can be found by a simple geometrical construction, e.g. by drawing a straight line intersecting the other scales at the appropriate values.

Usage examples:

In calculating dosage we encourage the use of a nomogram that takes account of age, sex, renal func…

Nomograms

ˈnɒməɡram

Meanings of Nomograms:

noun

A diagram representing the relations between three or more variable quantities by means of a number of scales, so arranged that the value of one variable can be found by a simple geometrical construction, e.g. by drawing a straight line intersecting the other scales at the appropriate values.

Usage examples:

In calculating dosage we encourage the use of a nomogram that takes account of age, sex, renal func…

Meanings of Nomograph:

noun

A diagram representing the relations between three or more variable quantities by means of a number of scales, so arranged that the value of one variable can be found by a simple geometrical construction, e.g. by drawing a straight line intersecting the other scales at the appropriate values.

Usage examples:

In calculating dosage we encourage the use of a nomogram that takes account of age, sex, renal func…

Meanings of Nomographer:

noun

A person who uses nomograms.

Meanings of Nomologies:

noun

The branch of science and philosophy concerned with the laws or principles governing the operation of the mind, especially as defined by custom or culture. formerly also: †a treatise on this (obsolete).

Meanings of Nomologist:

noun

An expert in or student of nomology.

Meanings of Nomology:

noun

The branch of science and philosophy concerned with the laws or principles governing the operation of the mind, especially as defined by custom or culture. formerly also: †a treatise on this (obsolete).

Meanings of Nomos:

noun

The law; the principles governing human conduct, especially as defined by culture or custom.

Meanings of Nomothetes:

noun

In ancient greece: a lawgiver; a legislator (now historical).

Nomothetic

ˌnɒm.əˈθet.ɪk

Meanings of Nomothetic:

adjective

Relating to the study or discovery of general scientific laws.

Usage examples:

To achieve scientific, nomothetic goals in the information disciplines, we should focus on the tech…

Noms

nɒm

Meanings of Noms:

noun

A nomination for an honour, award, etc.

Usage examples:

She isn't the only star to receive an oscar nom for her first feature film role
verb

Nominate for an honour, award, etc.

Usage examples:

Inception was nommed for an oscar but lost out to the king's speech
exclamation

Used to express pleasure at eating, or at the prospect of eating.

Usage examples:

Chili and cornbread for dinner, nom nom!
plural noun

Food.

Usage examples:

There were all kinds of nom noms—onion rings, hot dogs, burgers, and fries
noun

A nomination (= an official suggestion for a prize, position, or job)

Usage examples:

He's a superb actor—i can't believe this is his first oscar nom., i wonder if he is pushing for the…

Non

nɒn-

Meanings of Non:

prefix

Expressing negation or absence.

Usage examples:

Non-aggression

Non sequitur

ˌnɒn ˈsek.wɪ.tər

Meanings of Non sequitur:

idiom

A reply that has no relevance to what preceded it

noun

A conclusion or statement that does not logically follow from the previous argument or statement.

Usage examples:

His weird mixed metaphors and non sequiturs

Non-addictive

ˌnɒn.əˈdik.tɪv

Meanings of Non-addictive:

adjective

A non-addictive drug does not make people who take it want to take more of it regularly.

Non-aggression

ˌnɒn.əˈɡreʃ.ən

Meanings of Non-aggression:

noun

A situation in which countries or groups avoid fighting each other

Usage examples:

A non-aggression pact

Non-aggressive

ˌnɒn.əˈɡres.ɪv

Meanings of Non-aggressive:

adjective

Not behaving in an angry, violent way

Usage examples:

You should reinforce with your child the need to resolve conflict in a nonaggressive way., he is a …

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