supplicat

noun sup·pli·cat \ -plə̇ˌkat \
variants: or supplicate \-kāt\

Definition of supplicat

plural -s
:supplication; specifically :a formal written petition for a degree or for incorporation at an English university

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Origin and Etymology of supplicat

supplicat from Latin, he makes supplication, 3d singular present indicative of supplicare; from the wording of the petition; supplicate from Medieval Latin supplicatus, from Latin supplicatus, past participle of supplicare


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