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paralipomena

[par-uh-li-pom-uh-nuh, -lahy-] /ˌpær ə lɪˈpɒm ə nə, -laɪ-/
plural noun
1.
things omitted or neglected that are added as a supplement.
Origin of paralipomena
1665-1675
1665-75; < Late Latin paralīpomena < Greek () paraleipómena (things) omitted, not told (present participle passive of paraleípein), equivalent to para- para-1 + leíp(ein) to leave behind + -omena neuter plural present participle mediopassive suffix

Paralipomenon

[par-uh-li-pom-uh-non, -lahy-] /ˌpær ə lɪˈpɒm əˌnɒn, -laɪ-/
noun, plural Paralipomena
[par-uh-li-pom-uh-nuh, -lahy-] /ˌpær ə lɪˈpɒm ə nə, -laɪ-/ (Show IPA).
Douay Bible.
Origin
1300-50; Middle English < Late Latin paralīpomenon, singular of paralīpomena paralipomena
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  • There are not sufficient grounds, however, for denying positively that the reverend dean was the author of these paralipomena.

    Pepita Ximenez Juan Valera
British Dictionary definitions for paralipomena

paralipomena

/ˌpærəlaɪˈpɒmənə/
plural noun
1.
things added in a supplement to a work
2.
(Old Testament) another name for the Books of Chronicles
Word Origin
C14: via late Latin from Greek paraleipomena, from para-1 (on one side) + leipein to leave
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