- From Latin cataphora ("a coma"), from Ancient Greek καταφορά (kataphora, "a bringing down, a lethargic attack") (Wiktionary)
“For example, in the sentence: 'If you want them, there are cookies in the kitchen,' 'them' is a cataphor - you don't know what 'them' refers to until”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cataphor’.
these came into effect from 2011
words I find interesting or that stuck in my head or that I want to revisit at some point
Looking for tweets for cataphor.