semeion

semeion

(siːˈmaɪɒn)
n
a unit of meter or time in ancient poetry
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A little linguistic study reveals that the terms often translated into English as "miracle" are the Greek word dunamis (eight times in the New Testament) and semeion (22 times in the New Testament).
German Credit, Heart Disease, Ionosphere, Semeion Handwritten Digit and Landsat Satellite are used to conduct experiments and illustrate convergence of PFRSVM.
Puede ser considerado dicho relato como un signo (3), segun la palabra semeion (4) utilizada en el cuarto Evangelio para designar milagros o "senales por medio de las cuales Jesus puede mostrar su gloria y su mision como Hijo de Dios"?
Saussure apostaba por una ciencia que estudiara la vida de los signos en el seno de la vida social, denominandola semiologia: "nosotros la llamaremos Semiologia (del griego Semeion, 'signo')" (Saussure, 1945, p.
The Greek word he uses for "signs" is semeion, the root for semiotics.
En primer lugar, el repertorio de terminos elegidos para este (primer) volumen: ananke, haplous, automatos, autos, aphairein, aphairesis, doxa, eidos, einai (to on), hekastos, endekhesthai, idea, idios (idia, kat' idian), koinos (koinei), legein, logos, morphe, mythos, noein, noema, noesis, noetikos, nous, hode, onoma, pragma, semeion, symbainein, symbolon, synolos, tis, tynkhanein, tykhe, hyparkhein.
monosemia < monos, uno, unico y semeion (signum), significado.
Ella es un signo de talento (euphyia semeion esti) (68).
The fundamental thing to notice about the semeion is that it is interpretable in terms of two dimensions, namely the discernible symptom itself, with all its physical characteristics, and the probable condition it indicates, with all its predictable consequences.
Semiotics (from the Greek semeion, meaning "sign"), was developed by Charles Peirce in the nineteenth century as the study of how the meaning of signs, symbols, and language is constructed and understood.
Sintoma" se deriva de semeion en griego, vocablo que es la base etimologica de la "ciencia de los signos' o "semiotica", como lo han comprobado Honkasalo (251), Barthes en "Semiologie et medecine" y Foucault en Naissance de la clinique, entre otros.
He calls his mother "woman" (2:4), and the text tells us "the mother of Jesus" not only gives him birth but also mothers the launch of his missionary career and his revelatory alpha sign (archen ton semeion, 2:11).