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Paralipomenon

noun Par·a·li·pom·e·non \ˌpa-rə-lə-ˈpä-mə-ˌnän, -lī-\

Definition of PARALIPOMENON

Origin of PARALIPOMENON

Middle English, from Late Latin, from Greek Paraleipomenōn, genitive of Paraleipomena, literally, things left out, from neuter plural of passive present participle of paraleipein to leave out, from para- + leipein to leave; from its forming a supplement to Samuel and Kings — more at loan
First Known Use: 14th century

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