Definition of obrogate
: to modify or repeal (a law) in whole or in part by passing a new law — compare abrogate 1
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Origin and Etymology of obrogate
Latin obrogatus, past participle of obrogare to obrogate, from ob- toward, against + rogare to ask, propose, propose a law
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