From Late Latin oblātus (oblatus), from Latin ob (“in front of, before”) + lātus (“broad, wide”), (modelled after and contrasting with prolatus (“extended, lengthened”)).
New Latin. From Latin oblātum (oblatum), past participle of Latin offerre (“bring to, offer”), from ob (“in front of”) + fero (“bring”). Compare oblate.
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