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Consecrated

Consecrated- Definition:(past and past participle con·se·crat·ed, present participle con·se·crat·ing, 3rd person present singular con·se·crates)  transitive verb  1.  religion declare place holy: to declare or set apart a building, area of ground, or specific spot as holy The cathedral was consecrated in the 12th century.   2.  dedicate something to particular purpose: to dedicate somebody or something to a particular purpose  3.  make custom revered: to cause a custom to be revered  4.  christianity bless Communion bread and wine: to sanctify the bread and wine for use in the Communion service as symbols of the body and blood of Jesus Christ  5.  religion ordain bishop: to ordain a priest as a bishop    [14th century. < Latin consecrat-, past participle of consecrare

Consecrated- Definition:

(past and past participle con·se·crat·ed, present participle con·se·crat·ing, 3rd person present singular con·se·crates) transitive verb 1. religion declare place holy: to declare or set apart a building, area of ground, or specific spot as holy The cathedral was consecrated in the 12th century. 2. dedicate something to particular purpose: to dedicate somebody or something to a particular purpose 3. make custom revered: to cause a custom to be revered 4. christianity bless Communion bread and wine: to sanctify the bread and wine for use in the Communion service as symbols of the body and blood of Jesus Christ 5. religion ordain bishop: to ordain a priest as a bishop [14th century. < Latin consecrat-, past participle of consecrare "make sacred" < sacer "sacred"] -con·se·cra·tive, adjective -con·se·cra·tor, noun -con·se·cra·to·ry [kóns?kr? tàwree], adjective

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