Origin of oblation
- Middle English oblacioun from Old French oblacion from Late Latin oblātiō oblātiōn- from Latin oblātus past participle of offerre to offer ob- ob- lātus brought telə- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French oblacion, from Latin oblÄtus, passive perfect participle of offerÅ (“I offer, present")
- From Old French oblacion, from Latin oblÄtiÅ (“offering"), from offerÅ (“I offer, present").