Definition for PAR'A-PEGM

PAR'A-PEGM, n. [par'apem; Gr. παραπηγμα.]

A brazen table fixed to a pillar, on which laws and proclamations were anciently engraved; also, a table set in a public place, containing an account of the rising and setting of the stars, eclipses, seasons. – Phillips.

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