Figure Name interjectio
Source Bullinger (1898) ("interjectio; or, interjection")
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Synonyms interjectio
Etymology from Lation inter "between" and jacio "to throw: something thrown in between"
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1. Parenthetic Addition by Way of Feeling.. While, therefore, the word is similar in meaning to the former figure, this term is confined to an exclamation which is thrown in by way of parenthesis. (Bullinger, 490)


1. Ps. 42:2 (3). -"My soul is athirst for God, for the living God;" and then is thrown in, parenthetically, the exclamation, "When shall I come and appear before God?" (Bullinger, 490)

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