Complete Definition of "supplicate"

English

Etymology
From the participle stem of Latin supplicare|supplicÄre, from sub- + plicare|plicÄre âto bendâ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËsÊplɪkeɪt/

Verb
en-verb|supplicat|ing

  1. To humble oneself before another in making a request; to beg.
  2. To plead with one's deity.

Translations
trans-top|beg
Spanish: t|es|suplicar
trans-mid
trans-bottom

trans-top|plead with one's deity
trans-mid
trans-bottom


Italian

Verb
supplicate

  1. form of|second-person|Second-person plural present tense|supplicare#Italian|supplicare|lang=Italian
  2. form of|Second-person plural imperative|supplicare#Italian|supplicare|lang=Italian
  3. form of|feminine|Feminine plural|supplicato

Category:Italian past participle forms
Category:Italian verb forms

io:supplicate
hu:supplicate
te:supplicate
vi:supplicate

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