perlection

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin perlēctiō (the act of reading through), from perlegō (read through), from per (through) + legō (read).

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Noun[edit]

perlection (plural perlections)

  1. the reading through of something.
    • 1923, Edward Powys Mathers, translator, The Thousand Nights and One Night
      When the perlection of the Koran had been accomplished, the cloth was laid and all manner of meats and necessary things were brought.

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