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nomologist
See nomologic. * * *
nomology
—nomological /nom'euh loj"i keuhl, noh'meuh-/, adj. —nomologist, n. /noh mol"euh jee/, n. 1. the science of law or laws. 2. the science of the laws of the mind. [1835-45; ...
nomos
▪ Greek philosophy (Greek: “law,” or “custom”),plural  Nomoi,         in law, the concept of law in ancient Greek philosophy. The problems of political ...
nomothetic
/nom'euh thet"ik/, adj. 1. giving or establishing laws; legislative. 2. founded upon or derived from law. 3. Psychol. pertaining to or involving the study or formulation of ...
nomothetically
See nomothetic. * * *
Nomura
/naw"moo rddah"/, n. Kichisaburo /kee"chee sah"booh rddaw"/, 1877-1964, Japanese diplomat. * * *
Nomura, Yoshitaro
▪ 2006       Japanese film director (b. April 23, 1919, Tokyo, Japan—d. April 8, 2005, Tokyo), pioneered the film noir genre in Japanese cinema. The son of film ...
non
non [nō̂n] adv., interj. 〚Fr〛 no * * *
non causa pro causa
/non kaw"zeuh proh kaw"zeuh/; Lat. /nohn kow"sah prddoh kow"sah/, Logic. the fallacy of giving as a reason for a conclusion a proposition not actually relevant to that ...
non compos
/non" kom"peuhs/, Informal. Seenon compos mentis. [1620-30] * * *
non compos mentis
/nohn" kohm"pohs men"tis/; Eng. /non" kom"peuhs men"tis/, Latin. not of sound mind; mentally incapable of managing one's affairs. * * *
non est
/non" est"/, Law. the returning of a sheriff's writ when the person to be arrested or served with it cannot be found in the sheriff's jurisdiction. [1865-70; < L: short for non ...
non expedit
▪ Roman Catholicism       (Latin: “it is not expedient”), a late 19th- and early 20th-century policy of the Roman Catholic church that prohibited its Italian members ...
non grata
/non grah"teuh, gray"-/; Lat. /nohn grddah"tah/ not welcome: Reporters were non grata at the diplomatic reception. Cf. persona non grata. [1925-30; abstracted from PERSONA NON ...
non licet
/non" luy"sit/, Law. it is not permitted or lawful. [1615-25; < L] * * *
non liquet
/non" luy"kwit/, Law. (of evidence, a cause, etc.) it is not clear or evident. [1650-60; < L non liquet] * * *
non obst.
non obstante. * * *
non obstante
/nohn ohb stahn"te/; Eng. /non ob stan"tee/, Latin. notwithstanding. [short for AL, L non obstante aliquo statuto in contrarium any statute to the contrary notwithstanding] * * *
non placet
/nohn plah"ket/; Eng. /non play"sit/, Latin. it is not pleasing. * * *
non possumus
/nohn poh"soo moos'/; Eng. /non pos"euh meuhs/, Latin. we cannot. * * *
non pros.
non prosequitur. * * *
non prosequitur
/non' proh sek"wi teuhr/, Law. a judgment entered against the plaintiff in a suit when the plaintiff does not appear in court to prosecute it. [1760-70; < L non prosequitur lit., ...
non rep.
non repetatur. * * *
non repetatur
/non rep'i tay"teuhr/ (in prescriptions) do not repeat. [ < L non repetatur it is not repeated] * * *
non seq.
See non sequitur. * * *
non sequitur
/non sek"wi teuhr, -toor'/; Lat. /nohn se"kwi toordd'/ 1. Logic. an inference or a conclusion that does not follow from the premises. 2. a statement containing an illogical ...
non troppo
/non trop"oh, troh"poh, nohn troh"poh/; It. /nawn trddawp"paw/, Music. not too much: allegro non troppo. [1850-55; < It] * * *
non-
a prefix meaning "not," freely used as an English formative, usually with a simple negative force as implying mere negation or absence of something (rather than the opposite or ...
non-A, non-B hepatitis
/non"ay" non"bee"/ Pathol. See hepatitis non-A, non-B. * * *
non-A,non-B hepatitis
non-A, non-B hepatitis (nŏn-āʹ nŏn-bēʹ) n. Any of various forms of hepatitis, including hepatitis C and hepatitis E, caused by a virus that is antigenically different from ...
non-African
adj., n. * * *
non-Alexandrian
adj. * * *
non-American
adj., n. * * *
non-Anglican
adj., n. * * *
non-Arab
n., adj. * * *
non-Arabic
adj. * * *
non-art
/non ahrt"/, n. antiart. [1935-40] * * *
non-Aryan
n., adj. * * *
non-Asian
adj., n. * * *
non-Asiatic
adj., n. * * *
non-Attic
adj., n. * * *
non-Bantu
n., adj. * * *
non-Baptist
n., adj. * * *
non-Biblical
adj.; non-Biblically, adv. * * *
non-Brahmanic
adj. * * *
non-Brahmanical
adj. * * *
non-Brahminic
adj. * * *
non-Brahminical
adj. * * *
non-British
adj. * * *
non-Buddhist
n., adj. * * *
non-Buddhistic
adj. * * *
non-Calvinist
n., adj. * * *
non-Calvinistic
adj. * * *
non-Catholic
adj., n. * * *
non-Caucasian
adj., n. * * *
non-Caucasoid
adj., n. * * *
non-Celtic
adj. * * *
non-Chaucerian
adj., n. * * *
non-Chinese
n., pl. non-Chinese, adj. * * *
non-Christian
adj., n. * * *
non-Communist
/non kom"yeuh nist/, adj. 1. not following, belonging to, or associated with the Communist party or Communism. n. 2. a person who does not belong to or follow the Communist party ...
non-custodial punishments
➡ punishment * * *
non-Cymric
adj. * * *
non-Czech
adj., n. * * *
non-Czechoslovakian
adj., n. * * *
non-Danish
adj. * * *
non-Darwinian
adj., n. * * *
non-Druid
n. * * *
non-Egyptian
adj., n. * * *
non-English
adj., n. * * *
non-Euclidean
/non'yooh klid"ee euhn/, adj. differing from the postulates of Euclid or based upon postulates other than those of Euclid. [1870-75] * * *
non-Euclidean geometry
geometry based upon one or more postulates that differ from those of Euclid, esp. from the postulate that only one line may be drawn through a given point parallel to a given ...
non-European
adj., n. * * *
non-Fascist
non-Fascist [spelling only] * * *
non-fiction
➡ libraries * * *
non-Flemish
adj., n. * * *
non-French
adj., n. * * *
non-Gaelic
adj. * * *
non-Gentile
non-Gentile [spelling only] * * *
non-German
adj., n. * * *
non-Germanic
adj. * * *
non-Gothic
adj. * * *
non-Gothically
adv. * * *
non-Greek
adj., n. * * *
non-Gypsy
n., pl. non-Gypsies. * * *
non-Hamitic
adj. * * *
non-Hebraic
adj. * * *
non-Hebraically
adv. * * *
non-Hebrew
n., adj. * * *
non-Hellenic
adj. * * *
non-Hibernian
adj., n. * * *
non-Hindu
n., adj. * * *
non-Hispanic
adj. * * *
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
Pathol. any of several malignancies of the lymphatic system in which the cells characteristic of Hodgkin's disease are absent. * * *
non-Hodgkin'slymphoma
non-Hodg·kin's lymphoma (nŏnʹhŏjʹkĭnz) n. Any of various malignant lymphomas characterized by the absence of Reed-Sternberg cells and producing symptoms similar to those ...
non-Homeric
adj. * * *
non-Indian
adj., n. * * *
non-Indo-European
adj., n. * * *
non-insulin-dependent diabetes
/non in"seuh lin di pen'deuhnt, -ins"yeuh-/ diabetes (def. 4). * * *
non-insulin-dependentdiabetes
non-in·su·lin-de·pen·dent diabetes (nŏn-ĭnʹsə-lĭn-dĭ-pĕnʹdənt) n. See diabetes mellitus. * * *
non-Ionic
adj., n. * * *
non-Irish
adj., n., pl. non-Irish. * * *
non-Islamic
adj. * * *
non-Islamitic
adj. * * *
non-Israelitic
adj. * * *
non-Israelitish
adj. * * *
non-Italian
adj., n. * * *
non-Italic
adj., n. * * *
non-Japanese
adj., n., pl. non-Japanese. * * *
non-Jew
n. * * *
non-Jewish
adj. * * *
non-Kaffir
n. * * *
non-Latin
adj., n. * * *
non-Lutheran
adj., n. * * *
non-Magyar
n., adj. * * *
non-Malay
adj., n. * * *
non-Malayan
adj., n. * * *
non-Malthusian
adj., n. * * *
non-Marxist
adj., n. * * *
non-Mediterranean
n., adj. * * *
non-Mendelian
adj. * * *
non-Methodist
n., adj. * * *
non-Methodistic
adj. * * *
non-Mohammedan
adj., n. * * *
non-Mongol
n., adj. * * *
non-Mongolian
adj., n. * * *
non-Mormon
n., adj. * * *
non-Moslem
adj., n., pl. non-Moslems, non-Moslem. * * *
non-Muhammadan
adj., n. * * *
non-Muhammedan
adj., n. * * *
non-Muslem
adj., n., pl. non-Muslems, non-Muslem. * * *
non-Muslim
adj., n., pl. non-Muslims, non-Muslim. * * *
non-Negritic
adj. * * *
non-Negro
n., pl. non-Negroes, adj. * * *
non-Newtonian
adj., n. * * *
non-Nicene
adj. * * *
non-Nordic
adj., n. * * *
non-Norman
n., adj. * * *
non-Norse
adj., n., pl. non-Norse. * * *
non-nucleoside
non-nu·cle·o·side (nŏn-no͞oʹklē-ə-sīd', -nyo͞oʹ-) n. Any of a structurally diverse group of antiviral agents, including delavirdine and nevirapine, that inhibit the ...
non-Oriental
non-Oriental [spelling only] * * *
non-Oscan
adj., n. * * *
non-Parisian
adj., n. * * *
non-Peruvian
adj., n. * * *
non-Polish
adj., n. * * *
non-Portuguese
adj., n., pl. non-Portuguese. * * *
non-Presbyterian
adj., n. * * *
Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Treaty on the
▪ international agreement also called  Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty        agreement of July 1, 1968, signed by the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet ...
non-pros
/non'pros"/, v.t., non-prossed, non-prossing. Law. to adjudge (a plaintiff) in default. [1665-75; shortened form of NON PROSEQUITUR] * * *
non-Protestant
n., adj. * * *
non-Prussian
n., adj. * * *
non-Quaker
n., adj. * * *
non-Quakerish
adj. * * *
non-Roman
adj., n. * * *
non-Russian
adj., n. * * *
non-Sabbatic
adj., n. * * *
non-Sabbatical
adj., n.; non-Sabbatically, adv. * * *
non-Sanskritic
adj. * * *
non-Saxon
n., adj. * * *
non-Scandinavian
adj., n. * * *
non-Semite
n. * * *
non-Semitic
adj. * * *
non-sked
☆ non-sked [nän΄sked′ ] adj. Informal NONSCHEDULED n. Informal a nonscheduled airline, plane, etc. * * *
non-Slavic
adj. * * *
non-Spanish
adj., n. * * *
non-Spartan
adj., n. * * *
non-sporting dog
/non spawr"ting, -spohr"-/ one of any of several breeds of variously sized dogs that may have been developed to hunt or work but now are usually bred for show or as a pet, ...
non-starter
non-starter [nän′stärt′ər] n. Slang 1. an expected occurrence, project, etc. that fails to materialize 2. a worthless idea * * *
non-Stoic
adj., n. * * *
non-Swedish
adj., n. * * *
non-Swiss
adj., n., pl. non-Swiss. * * *
non-Syrian
adj., n. * * *
non-Tartar
n., adj. * * *
non-Teuton
n., adj. * * *
non-Teutonic
adj. * * *
non-Trinitarian
adj., n. * * *
non-Turk
n. * * *
non-Turkic
adj. * * *
non-Turkish
adj., n. * * *
non-Tuscan
adj., n. * * *
non-U
/non yooh"/, adj. not characteristic of or appropriate to the upper class, esp. of Great Britain: certain words and phrases that are considered absolutely non-U. [NON- + U ...
non-Ukrainian
adj., n. * * *
non-Umbrian
adj., n. * * *
non-Unitarian
adj., n. * * *
non-Uralian
n. * * *
non-Vedic
adj. * * *
non-Venetian
adj., n. * * *
non-Virginian
adj., n. * * *
non-Welsh
adj., n. * * *
non-Zionist
n., adj. * * *
nona
/noh"neuh/, n. Pathol. See sleeping sickness (def. 2). [ < L nona (hora) ninth (hour); i.e., late stage in life of patient] * * *
nona-
nona- [nō′nə, nän′ə] combining form nine * * * nona- pref. Ninth; nine: nonagon.   [From Latin nōnus, ninth. See newn̥. * * *
nonabdicative
adj. * * *
nonabiding
adj.; nonabidingly, adv.; nonabidingness, n. * * *
nonabjuratory
adj. * * *
nonabolition
n. * * *
nonabortive
adj.; nonabortively, adv.; nonabortiveness, n. * * *
nonabrasive
—nonabrasively, adv. —nonabrasiveness, n. /non'euh bray"siv, -ziv/, adj. 1. not causing abrasion. 2. preventing abrasion. [NON- + ABRASIVE] * * *
nonabridgable
adj. * * *
nonabrogable
adj. * * *
nonabsolute
adj., n.; nonabsolutely, adv.; nonabsoluteness, n. * * *
nonabsolutistic
adj. * * *
nonabsorbable
adj. * * *
nonabsorbent
adj., n. * * *
nonabsorbing
adj. * * *
nonabsorptive
adj. * * *
nonabstainer
n. * * *
nonabstaining
adj. * * *
nonabstemious
adj.; nonabstemiously, adv.; nonabstemiousness, n. * * *
nonabstract
adj., n.; nonabstractly, adv.; nonabstractness, n. * * *
nonabstracted
adj.; nonabstractedly, adv.; nonabstractedness, n. * * *
nonabusive
adj.; nonabusively, adv.; nonabusiveness, n. * * *
nonacademic
adj., n. * * *
nonacademical
adj.; nonacademically, adv.; nonacademicalness, n. * * *
nonaccedence
n. * * *
nonacceding
adj. * * *
nonaccelerative
adj. * * *
nonacceleratory
adj. * * *
nonaccent
n. * * *
nonaccented
adj. * * *
nonaccenting
adj. * * *
nonaccentual
adj.; nonaccentually, adv. * * *
nonacceptant
adj. * * *
nonaccessible
adj. * * *
nonaccession
n. * * *
nonaccessory
adj., n., pl. nonaccessories. * * *
nonaccidental
adj., n.; nonaccidentally, adv.; nonaccidentalness, n. * * *
nonaccommodable
adj.; nonaccommodably, adv. * * *
nonaccommodating
adj.; nonaccommodatingly, adv.; nonaccommodatingness, n. * * *
nonaccompanying
adj. * * *
nonaccord
n. * * *
nonaccordant
adj.; nonaccordantly, adv. * * *
nonaccountable
adj. * * *


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