verb (used with or without object), fed·er·at·ed, fed·er·at·ing.
Origin of federate
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For instance, the Soldan (though only just become a Federator) sent of one kind or another more than a thousand men.The Lady of the Shroud
1814 (implied in federated), back-formation from federation, or else from Latin foederatus "having a treaty, bound by treaty," past participle of foederare "to establish by treaty," from foedus (see federal). Related: Federating. As an adjective, by 1710.