1Each of the thirty-six territorial divisions of ancient Egypt.
- It is the city prefect, vizier, and overseer of the six great lawcourts, Iniotefoker, who commands the stewards of the palace administration who are in the Thinite nome.
- Under the Old Kingdom there existed a system for recruiting a militia from the nomes and there were officials responsible for training and for logistics, which already displayed a high level of organization.
Early 18th century: from Greek nomos 'division', from nemein 'to divide'.
Words that rhyme with Nomebrome, chrome, comb, Crome, dome, foam, gnome, holm, Holme, hom, home, Jerome, loam, ohm, om, roam, Rome, tome
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