Complete Definition of "Norma"

see|norma
English

Pronunciation
rhymes|ÉË(r)mÉ

Etymology 1
A nineteenth century invention from Latin norma "pattern,model", or a feminine for Norman

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. given name|female.

Etymology 2
wikipedia|Norma (constellation)
Named by the French astronomer w:Nicolas Louis de Lacaille|Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in 1763. From L. norma, a "carpenter's square"

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. constellation An inconspicuous constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble a carpenter's square. It lies south of the constellations Scorpius and Centaurus.

Translations

French: Règle f
German: Winkelmaà n
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Russian: ÐаÑголÑник
Spanish: Norma

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