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Paradigm Star Student Floyd/Hunter/McLean Honors English 10 20 August 2012 Please say, ?Paradigm? The origin of the word is Greek: paradeigma means pattern. ?para? is a prefix meaning ?beyond, past, next to, or by? Example Word using prefix ?para??paranormal: beyond normal Can you think of other words that begin with the prefix ?para?? Paradigm is a noun. Paradigmatic is the adjective form. Definitions, synonyms & antonyms A paradigm is an example serving as a model or pattern. A paradigm is the norm, or accepted norms; a standard or ideal. Paradigm often refers to a set of norms for a given time period. Synonyms: ideal, norm, standard, paragon Antonym: atypical Context and graphic
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