Gallery: Davos' Power Panels GLOBALISM Are the "norms" Shared, or Not?
But after eight years of continuous war, what norms have changed and which remain the same?
Diaspora Jews—stuck in ghettos with retrograde Halachic norms—lacked these Hebrew things.
"standard, pattern, model," 1821, from French norme, from Latin norma "carpenter's square, rule, pattern," of unknown origin. Klein suggests a borrowing (via Etruscan) of Greek gnomon "carpenter's square." The Latin form of the word, norma, was used in English in the sense of "carpenter's square" from 1670s.