Vaticinate meaning

və-tĭsə-nāt
To prophesy; foretell.
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To be a prophet.
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To prophesy; predict.
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(intransitive, chiefly formal) To predict or foretell (future events).
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Origin of vaticinate

  • Latin vāticinārī vāticināt- from vātēs seer vatic

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin vāticinātus, perfect passive participle of vāticinor (“foretell, prophesy").

    From Wiktionary