1. Consecrate definition is - dedicated to a sacred purpose
2. How to use Consecrate in a sentence
3. Synonym Discussion of Consecrate.
4. To declare or set apart as sacred: Consecrate a church
5. Consecrate definition, to make or declare sacred; set apart or dedicate to the service of a deity: to Consecrate a new church building
6. And thou shalt speak unto all that are wise hearted, whom I have filled with the spirit of wisdom, that they may make Aaron's garments to Consecrate him, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office
7. Some common synonyms of Consecrate are dedicate, devote, and hallow
8. While all these words mean "to set apart for a special and often higher end," Consecrate stresses investment with a solemn or sacred quality. Consecrate a church to the worship of God When can dedicate be used instead of Consecrate?
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10. Rather, we all need to Consecrate ourselves to the Lord in order to deepen our personal knowledge of Christ and grow in the divine life, even if we’ve only just gotten saved
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15. Let his countrymen Consecrate the memory of the heroic general, the patriotic statesman, and the virtuous sage
16. RICHARDSON These divinest poets Consecrate the spot, and throw a reflected glory over the humblest of their companions.
17. To “Consecrate” yourself essentially means to wholly dedicate yourself to something of greatest important.
18. Consecrate means to make holy or to dedicate to a higher purpose
19. You need to Consecrate a building to turn it into a church, but you can also Consecrate a week in New York City to the pursuit of the perfect bagel
20. The secr part of Consecrate comes from the Latin sacer "sacred."
21. You cannot Consecrate an area with a similar fixture of a deity other than your own patron
22. If the area does contain an altar, shrine, or other permanent fixture of a deity, pantheon, or higher power other than your patron, the Consecrate spell instead curses the area, …
23. To declare or set apart as sacred: Consecrate a church
24. The word consecration literally means "association with the sacred".Persons, places, or things can be Consecrated, and the term is used in various ways by different groups
25. A synonym for to Consecrate is to sanctify, a
26. Definition of Consecrate in the Definitions.net dictionary
27. What does Consecrate mean? Information and translations of Consecrate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
28. / ˈkɑːn.sə.kreɪt / to officially make something holy and able to be used for religious ceremonies: The new cathedral was completed and Consecrated in 2002
29. To Consecrate is to declare something holy
30. An example of Consecrate is when a cemetery is named holy ground
31. An example of Consecrate is when bread and wine are made into the body and blood of Christ …
32. To Consecrate a church licitly it is necessary to Consecrate a fixed altar in the same church, which altar ordinarily ought to be in the main on (Cong
33. If this altar is already Consecrated, one of the side altars may be Consecrated (Cong
34. The Advent box, our first Consecrate, was a smashing success
35. And that same day he shall Consecrate his head, and shall dedicate to the Lord his days as a Nazirite, and shall bring a male lamb a year old for a guilt offering; but the former days will be void because his separation was defiled
36. Examples of Consecrate in a sentence
37. After high school, the young men will Consecrate their lives to the church and serve as missionaries for two years.
38. Consecrate (v.) late 14c., "make or declare sacred by certain ceremonies or rites," from Latin consecratus, past participle of consecrare "to make holy, devote," from assimilated form of com "with, together" (see con-) + sacrare "to make or declare sacred" (see sacred).Meaning "to devote or dedicate from profound feeling" is from 1550s.
39. ‘We Consecrate this day, which now falls on the last Monday in May, to remember our fellow Americans who have made the ultimate sacrifice.’ ‘And we try to find meaning, make sense, create buildings with solid foundations, Consecrate seminars to resolve some dilemmas of our time, including terrorism, nihilism, jealousy and hate.’
40. Consecrate somebody (as) (something) to state officially in a religious ceremony that somebody is now a priest, etc
41. He was Consecrated (as) bishop last year
42. Topics Religion and festivals c2; Consecrate something/somebody/yourself to something (formal) to give something/somebody/yourself to a special purpose, especially a religious one
43. When a building, place, or object is Consecrated, it is officially declared to be holy
44. When a person is Consecrated, they are officially declared to be a bishop
45. The church was Consecrated in 1234
46. American English: Consecrate / ˈkɒnsɪkreɪt /
47. Consecrate is a spell that creates a patch of Consecrated ground around the player.
48. Consecrate has a cooldown of 5 seconds
49. The Consecrated ground lasts 5 seconds
50. Consecrate can only be obtained by equipping Gifts from Above Gifts from Above Diamond Ring Requires Level 28 (20-30)% increased Global Critical Strike Chance Trigger Level 10 Consecrate
51. Dictionary entry overview: What does Consecrate mean? • Consecrate (adjective) The adjective Consecrate has 1 sense:
52. Solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high or sacred purpose Familiarity information: Consecrate used as an adjective is very rare
53. • Consecrate (verb) The verb Consecrate has 4 senses:
54. To Consecrate oneself on May 1, the Feast of St
55. Consecrate yourselves and the Temple of the LORD God of your ancestors by taking out from the Holy Place whatever is unclean
56. Why Consecrate? In many modern Pagan traditions, magical tools are Consecrated before use
57. Verb (en-verb) To make holy; to Consecrate
58. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Christianity Consecrate con‧se‧crate / ˈkɒnsəkreɪt $ ˈkɑːn-/ verb [transitive] 1 RRC to officially state in a special religious ceremony that a place or building is holy and can be used for religious purposes The bones will be reburied in Consecrated ground
59. Consecrate may even be cast upon magical sanctified weapons if the caster's Paladin Spell ranks + Spiritual Lore, Blessing ranks = 15 or greater
60. Definition and synonyms of Consecrate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
61. This is the British English definition of Consecrate.View American English definition of Consecrate.
62. Consecrate, verb transitive [Latin , to Consecrate sacred.See Sacred.]
63. To make or declare to be sacred, by certain ceremonies or rites; to appropriate to sacred uses; to set apart, dedicate, or devote, to the service and worship of God; as, to Consecrate a church.
64. Thou shalt Consecrate Aaron and his sons.Exodus 29:9.
65. In the Old Testament: In the Old Testament for several Hebrew words of different meanings: (1) charam: "I will Consecrate (the Revised Version (British and American) "devote") their gain unto the Lord," i.e
66. Consecrate translate: consagrar, consagrar
67. Consecrate, verb transitive [Latin , to Consecrate sacred.See Sacred.]
68. To make or declare to be sacred, by certain ceremonies or rites; to appropriate to sacred uses; to set apart, dedicate, or devote, to the service and worship of God; as, to Consecrate a church.
69. Thou shalt Consecrate Aaron and his sons.Exodus 29:9.
70. Etymology: de - + - secrate (as in Consecrate) to violate the sanctity of
71. Those who adopt the calling Consecrate themselves to it by some religious ceremony, and ever after are connected with the temples.
72. We all know that to Consecrate is to set apart for holy service.