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Oblation
Oblation Ob*la"tion, n. [L. oblatio: cf. F. oblation. See Oblate.] 1. The act of offering, or of making an offering. --Locke. 2. Anything offered or presented in worship or sacred service; an offering; a sacrifice. A peculiar . . . oblation given to God. --Jer. Taylor. A pin was the usual oblation. --Sir. W. Scott. 3. A gift or contribution made to a church, as for the expenses of the eucharist, or for the support of the clergy and the poor.
Oblationer
Oblationer Ob*la"tion*er, n. One who makes an offering as an act worship or reverence. --Dr. H. More.

Meaning of Oblatio from wikipedia

- Oblatio vitae, meaning "the free offering (i.e. “oblation”) of [one's] life", is a category under which a person may be declared "Blessed" under the canonisation...
- a title to a property. In medieval times in the Holy Roman Empire, an oblatio feudi or Lehnsauftragung meant a transfer of property, freely held by its...
- Oblation, meaning an offering (Late Latin oblatio, from offerre, oblatum, to offer), is a term used, particularly in ecclesiastical use, for a solemn...
- missa "m****", including the derivation from Hebrew matzah (Missah, id est, oblatio), here attributed to Caesar Baronius. The Hebrew derivation is learned...
- Congregation for the Causes of Saints Maiorem hac dilectionem Advocatus Diaboli Oblatio vitae Positio Beatification and canonization process in 1914 Election of...
- M. Gianoncelli, "Vecchie e nuove ipotesi sulla stirpe degli Orobi", in Oblatio; A. Noseda ed, Como, 1971. R. de Marinis, "La civiltà di Golasecca", in...
- canonization procedures of the Roman Catholic Church, through the path of oblatio vitae. This means the offering of one's life on a premature life for another...
- sententiæ. Hanc enim quidam, ut idem Baronius, ab Hebræo Missah, id est, oblatio, arcessunt : alii a mittendo, quod nos mittat ad Deum, ut est apud Alcuinum...
- 2001 – Live 2002 – Te sem vagy más 2002 – Momentum 2004 – A túlélő 2006 – Oblatio 1998 – Kutyából szalonna 1999 – Színe-java 2008 – Ez A Mánia 2010 – Az...
- Congregation for the Causes of Saints Maiorem hac dilectionem Advocatus Diaboli Oblatio vitae Positio Beatification and canonization process in 1914 Election of...
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