Parergon



[pa-rur-gon] /pæˈrɜr gɒn/

noun, plural parerga
[pa-rur-guh] /pæˈrɜr gə/ (Show IPA)
1.
something that is an accessory to a main work or subject; embellishment.
2.
work undertaken in addition to one’s principal work.
/pəˈrɛəɡɒn/
noun (pl) -ga (-ɡə)
1.
work that is not one’s main employment

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