Zenonian

adjective Ze·no·ni·an \zə̇ˈnōnēən\

Definition of Zenonian

  1. 1 [Latin Zenon-, Zeno Zeno, 5th century b.c. Greek Eleatic philosopher (from Greek Zēnōn) + English -ian] :  of or relating to the Eleatic philosopher Zeno, his doctrines, or his paradoxes

  2. 2 [Latin Zenon-, Zeno Zeno, 4th & 3d century b.c. Greek Philosopher and founder of Stoicism, (from Greek Zēnōn) + English -ian] :  of or relating to Zeno, the founder of Stoicism

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