Zenonic vs Zeno - What's the difference?

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Zenonic is a related term of zeno.


As adjectives the difference between zenonic and zeno

is that zenonic is pertaining to any of various people named zeno, or to their philosophies while zeno is requiring or involving an infinite number of intervals within a finite time.

As a proper noun zeno is

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zenonic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Pertaining to any of various people named Zeno, or to their philosophies.
  • Synonyms

    * (general) Zenonian, Zenonist * (Pertaining to the philosophy of Zeno of Citium) stoic * (Pertaining to the philosophy of Zeno of Elea) Zeno

    zeno

    English

    (wikipedia Zeno)

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
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  • Usage notes

    * In English mainly applied to historical persons of Greece.

    Adjective

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  • Requiring or involving an infinite number of intervals within a finite time.
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  • Hypernyms

    * undecidable, noncomputable

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