objuration

noun ob·ju·ra·tion \ˌäbjəˈrāshən\

Definition of objuration

plural

-s

  1. :  a binding or charging by or as if by oath

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Origin and Etymology of objuration

Latin objurare to bind by oath (from ob- + jurare to swear) + English -ation — more at jury


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