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thema

[ thee-muh ]
/ ˈθi mə /
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noun, plural the·ma·ta [thee-muh-tuh]. /ˈθi mə tə/.
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Origin of thema

<Latin <Greek théma;see theme
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How to use thema in a sentence

  • The objects, then, that Aristotle proposed to classify were single words (the themata simplicia of the Schoolmen).

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