selected passages from the writings of an author or of different authors.
The magazine was bought by Moses Thomas, in 1812, who changed its name to the analectic.
The Philadelphia Magazines and their Contributors 1741-1850 Albert Smyth
selected literary passages from one or more works
1650s, “literary gleanings,” from Latinized form of Greek analekta, literally “things chosen,” neuter plural of analektos “select, choice,” verbal adjective of analegein “to gather up, collect,” from ana- “up” (see ana-) + legein “to gather,” also “to choose words,” hence “to speak” (see lecture (n.)).
- Analects of confucius
Chinese Lun Yü. a compilation of the discourses, maxims, and aphorisms of Confucius, dating from the 4th century b.c.
a scale shaped like the figure 8, showing the declination of the sun and the equation of time for each day of the year. noun (pl) -mas, -mata (-mətə) a graduated scale shaped like a figure eight that indicates the daily declination of the sun n. 1650s, from Latin analemma “the pedestal of a sundial,” […]
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. Historical Examples anagoge is so called from ana, which is upwards, and goge, a leading: as it were an upward leading. Churches and Church Ornaments William Durandus noun allegorical or […]
restoring; invigorating; giving strength after disease. awakening, especially from drug stupor. a pharmacological substance that stimulates the central nervous system and also acts as an anticonvulsant. adjective (of a drug, etc) stimulating the central nervous system noun any drug, such as doxapram, that stimulates the central nervous system (formerly) a restorative remedy or drug adj. […]