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anagogy (s) (noun), anagogies (pl)
1. A mystical interpretation of a word, passage, or text; anagoge: Anagogy is especially found in scriptural exegesis that discovers allusions to heaven or the afterlife.
2. Etymology: from Late Latin anagoge which came from Late Greek anagōgē, and from Greek, anagein, "to refer", from ana-, "up" + agein, "to lead".