- the formal content of a culture, encompassing its system of ideas, criteria for interpreting experience, etc.
Origin of eidos
< Greek eîdos something seen, form; akin to Greek ideîn, Latin vidēre to see; see wit2
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Examples from the Web for eide
Their relationship was complicated, given that Eide had introduced Galbraith to his wife.
Galbraith finds about 1,200 polling sites that exist only on paper, but Eide stops him from pursuing the matter.
Now the barrels were to be put in the cart, and carried to Eide.
He could tell well which parts of the new country would best suit the Hardanger men, and the men from Eide.
To go from Eide to Vossevangen, one must begin by climbing up out of Eide.