|Source||Bullinger (1898) ("cataploce; or, sudden exclamation")|
|Etymology||Cat'-a-plok'-ee from Gr. kata "down" and plokee "a twining" or "plaiting"|
1. Parenthetic Addition by way of Exclamation... The figure is so called because the short sentence so interposed is intertwined with another. This name is given to a parenthesis when it takes the form of a sudden exclamation. (Bullinger, 488)
1. Ezek. 16:23, 24. -"And it came to pass after all thy wickedness (we, we unto thee! saith Adonai-Jehovah) That thou hast also built unto thee," etc.
|Last Editor||Ioanna Malton|