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In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> you write:
><!ENTITY alef "א">
>And here's the document entity mydoc.xml:
><!DOCTYPE doc [
><!ENTITY hebrew SYSTEM "hebrew.ent">
>What kind of entity is "alef"? I know it's a general entity, but that's not
>precice enough, and "external general entity" is the whole file.
The XML spec itself doesn't provide a precise term for this, though it
does use the term "external markup declarations" for declarations in
the external subset(s).
I would call it an externally-declared internal entity. You can add
"general" and "parsed" to that if you want to be especially verbose.