Origin of meno
- a combining form borrowed from Greek, where it meant “month,” used with reference to menstruation in the formation of compound words: menopause.
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Contemporary Examples of meno
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“Honestly, just sharing the stage with those two was a high point in my career,” Meno, winningly, told The New York Times.
Meno starts well, introducing the compellingly odd Casper family.
On the acknowledgments page, Meno wrote: “You suck it: Judith Regan.”
Historical Examples of meno
The character of Meno, like that of Critias, has no relation to the actual circumstances of his life.
There are no external criteria by which we can determine the date of the Meno.
The place of the Meno in the series is doubtfully indicated by internal evidence.
Unlike the later Platonic Dialogues, the Meno arrives at no conclusion.
In the Phaedo, as in the Meno, the origin of ideas is sought for in a previous state of existence.
- (esp preceding a dynamic or tempo marking) to be played less quickly, less softly, etc
- short for meno mosso
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