paralipomena

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paralipomena

(ˌpærəlaɪˈpɒmənə) or

paraleipomena

pl n, sing -non (-nɒn)
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) things added in a supplement to a work
2. (Bible) Old Testament another name for the Books of Chronicles
[C14: via late Latin from Greek paraleipomena, from para-1 (on one side) + leipein to leave]
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paralipomena

a supplement to a book or other work containing material previously omitted.
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References in periodicals archive ?
(16.) Dimitriou, I Diaspasi, pp566-7; ibidem, Ta Paraleipomena tis Diaspasis, Athens: Iridanos Publisher, 1975, pp84, 157-158; Grigoris Farakos, Martyries kai Stochasmoi 1941-1991, Athens: Proskinio Publishers, 1993, pp181-5; Interview with Farakos, 1999.
Written at the beginning of the 2nd century, the text known as 4 Baruch (or Paraleipomena Jeremiou) reflects the situation in Palestine on the eve of the Bar-Kokhba War by retelling the story of the Babylonian captivity of the Jewish people.