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invocate

[ in-vuh-keyt ]
/ ˈɪn vəˌkeɪt /
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verb (used with object), in·vo·cat·ed, in·vo·cat·ing.Archaic.
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Origin of invocate

1520–30; <Latin invocātus (past participle of invocāre to call upon, invoke), equivalent to in-in-2 + vocā(re) to call + -tus past participle suffix

OTHER WORDS FROM invocate

in·voc·a·tive [in-vok-uh-tiv, in-vuh-key-], /ɪnˈvɒk ə tɪv, ˈɪn vəˌkeɪ-/, adjectivein·vo·ca·tor, nounun·in·voc·a·tive, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for invocate

invocate
/ (ˈɪnvəˌkeɪt) /

verb
an archaic word for invoke

Derived forms of invocate

invocative (ɪnˈvɒkətɪv), adjectiveinvocator, noun
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