Simulacrum



noun, plural simulacra
[sim-yuh-ley-kruh] /ˌsɪm yəˈleɪ krə/ (Show IPA)
1.
a slight, unreal, or superficial likeness or semblance.
2.
an effigy, image, or representation:
a simulacrum of Aphrodite.
noun (archaic) (pl) -cra (-krə)
1.
any image or representation of something
2.
a slight, unreal, or vague semblance of something; superficial likeness

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