Definition of Analogon

1. n. Analogue.



Definition of Analogon

1. analogue [n ANALOGONS or ANALOGA] - See also: analogue

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Analogon

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analogise
analogised
analogises
analogising
analogism
analogisms
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analogists
analogizable
analogization
analogize
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analogon (current term)
analogons
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analogousnesses
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analphabet
analphabetic

Literary usage of Analogon

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1. The Church (ecclesia). by George Dana Boardman (1901)
"Accordingly, St. Paul's analogon of the human body is not to be taken ... Let not our familiarity with this analogon of the body deaden our sense of its ..."

2. Logische Untersuchungen by Edmund Husserl (1901)
"... materialis und ihr analogon. Man wird sich hier kaum durch den Einwand beirren lassen, dafs doch jedes ..."

3. Grundriss der vergleichenden Grammatik der indogermanischen Sprachen by Karl Brugmann (1893)
"... ist ai. dura (nicht im Veda) Eheweib, das gew. m. plur. ist, gelegentlich auch n. plur., und f. Vielleicht bietet unser 'Frauenzimmer' ein analogon. ..."

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