anagogics

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Ancient Greek

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anagogics (uncountable)

  1. Mystical interpretations or studies, especially of the Scriptures.
    • 1675, Lancelot Addison, The Present State of the Jews
      As is to be seen Novella 146, where the Notes upon that Conſtitution ſay , that the Miſna Torab was Compoſed out of the Caballiſticks and Anagogicks of the Jews, or ſome allegorical interpretations, pretended to be derived from Moses.

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