(comparative more pacate, superlative most pacate)
- (obsolete) peaceful, tranquil
- 1710 Mr. Smith, in his Discourse before quoted, though he supposes this kind of divine inspiration to be more "pacate and serene than that which was strictly called prophecy...." — Matthew Henry, quoting a "learned Mr. Smith", "Preface" to Commentary on the Whole Bible.
- (obsolete) pacified, placated
From Latin pācātus, perfect passive participle of pācō (“I make peaceful, pacify”), from pāx (“peace”).