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on Jan 7th 2005, 22:36:23, Latinist wrote the following about


The >>Word of the Day<< today over at dictionary.com is >>oblation<<.

>>Oblation<< comes from the past participle form of the Latin verb* >>offerre<< meaning >>to bring<<.

So, an oblation is an offering or a gift.

* A Latin verb is traditionally cited by giving four forms, in this case: offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatum.

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