noun in·vi·na·tion \ˌinˌvīˈnāshən\

Definition of invination



  1. :  the inclusion of the blood of Christ in the eucharistic wine without change in either substance — compare impanation

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Origin and Etymology of invination

French, probably from (assumed) New Latin invination-, invinatio, from (assumed) New Latin invinatus + Latin -ion-, -io -ion

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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