Figure Name hysteresis
Source Bullinger (1898) ("hysteresis; or, subsequent narration")
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Synonyms subsequent narration
Etymology Gr. from hysteree "to come later" hence hys'-ter-ee-sis "a coming after or later"
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1. A subsequent Narration of prior Events... This is a special form of Hysterologia, and does not refer to connected records or events, but gives, long afterwards, further details of some long prior events; or, gives events never before recorded. (Bullinger, 705)


1. Gen. 31:7, 8. -Jacob mentions later, certain facts in his history which had taken place before. (Bullinger, 705)

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