(ré-si-pro-ka-sion) s. f.
   Action par laquelle on reçoit la pareille.
   La réciprocation d'idées dont on parle ne se trouve point dans la pratique des thèmes, DUMARS. Oeuv. t. I, p. 128.
   Ancien terme de physique. Réciprocation du pendule, mouvements que certains philosophes croyaient être communiqués au pendule par le mouvement de la terre.
   XVIe s.
   Ce debat là ne sentiroit pas sa reciprocation de remontrance, mais plutost son coeur felon, qui ne pourroit supporter qu'on luy feist aucune remonstrance, AMYOT Comm. discern. le flatt. 58.
   Lat. reciprocationem (voy. réciproque).

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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