Anagogy



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a spiritual interpretation or application of words, as of Scriptures.
a form of allegorical interpretation of Scripture that seeks hidden meanings regarding the future life.
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anagogy, an′a-goj-i, n. the mystical interpretation or hidden sense of words.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

noun
allegorical or spiritual interpretation, esp of sacred works such as the Bible
(Christianity) allegorical interpretation of the Old Testament as typifying or foreshadowing subjects in the New Testament

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