Rogation

• (n.) The demand, by the consuls or tribunes, of a law to be passed by the people; a proposed law or decree. • (n.) Litany; supplication.
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rogation

1. The demand, by the consuls or tribunes, of a law to be passed by the people; a proposed law or decree. ... 2. Litany; supplication. 'He perfecteth the rogations or litanies before in use.' (Hooker) Rogation days, the three days which immediately precede Ascension Day; so called as being days on which the people, walking in procession, sang litan...
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rogation

noun a solemn supplication ceremony prescribed by the church
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Rogation

Ro·ga'tion noun [ Latin rogatio , from rogare , rogatum , to ask, beg, supplicate: confer French rogation . Confer Abrogate , Arrogant , Probogue .] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) The demand, by the consuls or tribunes, of a law to be passed by the ...
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rogation

asking or supplication, especially in an ecclesiastical sense
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rogation

[n] - a solemn supplication ceremony prescribed by the church
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