anagogy
noun see anagoge

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Anagogy — An a*go gy, n. Same as {Anagoge}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • anagogy — /an euh goh jee, an euh goh jee/, n., pl. anagogies. anagoge. [1400 50; late ME anagogie < ML anagogia, for LL anagoge ANAGOGE] * * * …   Universalium

  • anagogy — noun /ˈænəɡɒʤi/ The spiritual or mystical interpretation of a word or passage beyond the literal, allegorical or moral sense. See Also: anagoge, anagogic …   Wiktionary

  • anagogy — A rarely used term for psychic content of an idealistic or spiritual nature. [G. anagoge, fr. an ago, to lead up] * * * ana·go·gy (an″ə gŏґje) psychic material that has an idealistic quality …   Medical dictionary

  • anagogy — n. anagoge, spiritual interpretation of text; interpretation of the Bible that is used to find answers about the future; spiritual euphoria …   English contemporary dictionary

  • anagogy — an·a·go·gy …   English syllables

  • anagogy —   n. spiritual exaltation; mystical interpretation of sacred works such as the Bible.    ♦ anagogic(al), a. mystical …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • anagogy — noun see anagoge …   Useful english dictionary

  • Collationes in Hexaemeron — The Collationes in Hexaemeron (Talks on the Six Days [of Creation]) are an unfinished series of talks given by St. Bonaventure in Paris between Easter and Pentecost 1273. They exist only in listeners transcripts (reportationes) handed down both… …   Wikipedia

  • anagoge — or anagogy noun (plural ges or gies) Etymology: Late Latin anagoge, from Late Greek anagōgē, from Greek, reference, from anagein to refer, from ana + agein to lead more at agent Date: 15th century interpretation of a word …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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