Examples of vaticinate in a Sentence
if he could really vaticinate the course of the stock market, he'd be rich enough to own Manhattan
Origin and Etymology of vaticinate
borrowed from Latin vāticinātus, past participle of vāticinārī “to make divinely inspired predictions, prophesy, warn,” verbal derivative of *vāticinium “act of prophesying,” from vātēs “prophet, seer” + canere “to sing, chant, utter” + -ium, deverbal noun suffix — more at vatic, 1chant
First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
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