Prolusion meaning

prō-lo͝o'zhən
A preliminary exercise.
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An essay written as a preface to a more detailed work.
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A preliminary part or performance; often, specif., an introductory essay or article.
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Origin of prolusion

  • Latin prōlūsiō prōlūsiōn- from prōlūsus past participle of prōlūdere to practice beforehand prō- before pro–1 lūdere to play leid- in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Latin prolusio, from proludere (“to prelude").
    From Wiktionary