Definition of relection in English:

relection

noun

rare
  • As the title of a work, or one of the divisions of a work: a lecture, treatise.

Origin

Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin relection-, relectio action of reading again from classical Latin relect-, past participial stem of relegere to pick up again, to read over or out, to recount, in post-classical Latin also to read again + -iō. Compare lection, prelection.

Pronunciation

relection

/rɪˈlɛkʃn/