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Paralipomenon

[ par-uh-li-pom-uh-non, -lahy- ]
/ ˌpær ə lɪˈpɒm əˌnɒn, -laɪ- /
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noun, plural Par·a·li·pom·e·na [par-uh-li-pom-uh-nuh, -lahy-]. /ˌpær ə lɪˈpɒm ə nə, -laɪ-/. Douay Bible.

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Origin of Paralipomenon

1300–50; Middle English <Late Latin paralīpomenon, singular of paralīpomenaparalipomena
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How to use Paralipomenon in a sentence

  • Paralipomenon and the book of Esdras are not in agreement as to the enumeration of the people.

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