NUNCUPATE

NUNCUPATE

nuncupate (n[schwa]ng-ky[schwa]-payt), vb. [fr. Latin nuncupare ¡°call by name¡±]

1. Hist. To designate or name.

2. To vow or declare publicly and solemnly.

3. To declare orally, as a will.

4. To dedicate or inscribe (a work).


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