Definitions for vaticinatevəˈtɪs əˌneɪt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

va•tic•i•natevəˈtɪs əˌneɪt(v.t.; v.i.)-nat•ed, -nat•ing.

  1. to prophesy.

Origin of vaticinate:

1615–25; < L vāticinātus, ptp. of vaticinārī to prophesy =vāti-, s. of vātēs seer +-cinārī, der. of canere to sing, prophesy

va•tic′i•na`tor(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. prophesy, vaticinate(verb)

    predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration

  2. vaticinate(verb)

    foretell through or as if through the power of prophecy

Wiktionary

  1. vaticinate(Verb)

    Predict or foretell (future events).

  2. Origin: From vaticinatus, perfect passive participle of vaticinor.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Vaticinate

    to prophesy; to foretell; to practice prediction; to utter prophecies

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