Syn. Reciprocation; interchange; mutuality.
(Re*cip`ro*cor"nous) a. [L. reciprocus returning, reciprocal + cornu horn.] (Zoöl.)
Having horns turning backward and then forward, like those of a ram. [R.] Ash.
(Re*cip"ro*cous) a. Reciprocal. [Obs.]
(Rec"i*prok) a. [F. réciproque, L. reciprocus.] Reciprocal. [Obs.] B. Jonson.
(Rec"i*proque) a. & n. [F. réciproque.] Reciprocal. Bacon.
(Re*ci"sion) n. [L. recisio, fr. recidere, recisum, to cut off; pref. re- re- + caedere to cut.]
The act of cutting off. Sherwood.
(Re*cit"al) n. [From Recite.]
1. The act of reciting; the repetition of the words of another, or of a document; rehearsal; as, the recital of
2. A telling in detail and due order of the particulars of anything, as of a law, an adventure, or a series
of events; narration. Addison.
3. That which is recited; a story; a narration.
4. (Mus.) A vocal or instrumental performance by one person; distinguished from concert; as, a
song recital; an organ, piano, or violin recital.