conclamation

noun con·cla·ma·tion \ˌkänkləˈmāshən, -äŋk-\

Definition of conclamation

plural

-s

  1. :  an outcry of many together :  shout

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Origin and Etymology of conclamation

Latin conclamation-, conclamatio, from conclamatus (past participle of conclamare to cry out together, from com- + clamare to cry out) + -ion-, -io -ion — more at claim


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