Variant of prorogue
- Obsolete to defer; delay; postpone
- to discontinue or end a session of (a legislative assembly, as the British Parliament)
Origin: Middle English prorogen from Middle French proroguer from Classical Latin prorogare, to defer, prolong from pro-, for plush rogare, to ask, akin to regere, to direct: see right
- prorogation noun
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