anaphor /ˈanəfɔː, ˈanəfə/


I. noun

[Grammar] a word or phrase that refers back to an earlier word or phrase (e.g. in my cousin said she was coming, she is used as an anaphor for my cousin).
– origin 1970s: back-formation from anaphora.

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