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νό-ημα , ατος, τό, Ion. νῶμα Emp.110.10 (but
A.νόημα105.3): (νοέω):—that which is perceived, perception, thought,τῶν νέες ὠκεῖαι, ὡς εἰ πτερὸν ἠὲ νόημαOd.7.36 (cf. “ὀξύτερον νοήματοςLib.Or.59.148; ἅμα νοήματι 'in the twinkling of an eye', Epicur.Ep.1p.11U.: hence ἅμα ν. περίοδος lightning survey, ib.p.32 U., cf. Phld.Mort.37, Plu.Alex.35); “ν. φρενόςAr.Nu.704 (lyr.).
3. in Philos., thought, concept, opp. sensation, sense-presentation, Parm.8.34, etc.; “φύσει διῄρηται τά τε ν. καὶ τὰ αἰσθήματαArist.Fr.87; “σύνθεσίς τις νοημάτων An.430a28; discursive thinking, as the function of διάνοια, Herm. ap. Stob.2.8.31.
4. Rhet., thought as expressed in literary form, D.H. Amm.2.24, Longin.12.1.
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