1、ortho- "right, true, correct" + dox- + -y.
- orthodoxy (n.)
- 1620s, from French orthodoxie and directly from Late Latin orthodoxia, from late Greek orthodoxia "right opinion," noun of quality from orthodoxos (see orthodox).
- 1. As pope he won wide support for his strict orthodoxy.
- 2. These ideas rapidly became the new orthodoxy in linguistics.
- 3. What was once a novel approach had become orthodoxy.
- 4. an economist arguing against the current financial orthodoxy
- 5. Orthodoxy means not thinking -- not needing to think.
- 正统的意思,是不要去想 —— 不需要想.
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