normae

Norma

[nawr-muh]

Origin:
< Latin; see norm

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Norma

[nawr-muh]
noun
1.
(italics) an opera (1831) with music by Vincenzo Bellini.
2.
a female given name.
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Norma (ˈnɔːmə)
 
n , Latin genitive Normae
a constellation in the S hemisphere crossed by the Milky Way and lying near Scorpius and Ara

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Norma
fem. proper name, probably from L. norma (see norm).
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norma nor·ma (nôr'mə)
n. pl. nor·mae (-mē)
A line or pattern defining the contour of a part, especially of various aspects of the cranium.

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