Definition of Programma

1. Noun. An edict that has been publicly posted.

Generic synonyms: Decree, Edict, Fiat, Order, Rescript



Definition of Programma

1. n. Any law, which, after it had passed the Athenian senate, was fixed on a tablet for public inspection previously to its being proposed to the general assembly of the people.

Definition of Programma

1. Noun. (obsolete historical Ancient Greece) Any law, which, after it had passed the Athenian senate, was fixed on a tablet for public inspection before being proposed to the general assembly of the people. ¹

2. Noun. (obsolete) An edict published for public information; an official bulletin; a public proclamation. ¹

3. Noun. (obsolete) A preface. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Programma

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1. A Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1901)
"Gk.) Now spelt as if from F.programme ; formerly programma (1706), from L. pro- gramma.— Gk. n/«'>7/«/</t«, a public notice in writing. ..."

2. Chronograms: 5000 and More in Number, Excerpted Out of Various Authors and by James Hilton (1882)
"The next ' programma,' No. 4, is a hymn of sixteen lines, from which is made an ... 1673 The next ' programma,' No. 6, is an address to the Virgin in Latin ..."

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