oblata

plural noun ob·la·ta \ äˈblätə , -ātə \

Definition of oblata

archaic
:old debts or gifts to the crown remaining unpaid to the English Exchequer; also :the entries for them in the rolls of the Exchequer

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Origin and Etymology of oblata

Medieval Latin, oblates, neuter plural of oblatus oblate, noun


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