transitive verb
in·​vi·​nate | \ ə̇nˈvīˌnāt, ˈinˌv-\

Definition of invinate

: to make present by invination

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History and Etymology for invinate

probably from (assumed) New Latin invinatus, past participle of (assumed) New Latin invinare, from Latin in- in- entry 2 + vinum wine

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