baptise


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Related to baptise: baptized

baptise


Past participle: baptised
Gerund: baptising

Imperative
baptise
baptise
Present
I baptise
you baptise
he/she/it baptises
we baptise
you baptise
they baptise
Preterite
I baptised
you baptised
he/she/it baptised
we baptised
you baptised
they baptised
Present Continuous
I am baptising
you are baptising
he/she/it is baptising
we are baptising
you are baptising
they are baptising
Present Perfect
I have baptised
you have baptised
he/she/it has baptised
we have baptised
you have baptised
they have baptised
Past Continuous
I was baptising
you were baptising
he/she/it was baptising
we were baptising
you were baptising
they were baptising
Past Perfect
I had baptised
you had baptised
he/she/it had baptised
we had baptised
you had baptised
they had baptised
Future
I will baptise
you will baptise
he/she/it will baptise
we will baptise
you will baptise
they will baptise
Future Perfect
I will have baptised
you will have baptised
he/she/it will have baptised
we will have baptised
you will have baptised
they will have baptised
Future Continuous
I will be baptising
you will be baptising
he/she/it will be baptising
we will be baptising
you will be baptising
they will be baptising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been baptising
you have been baptising
he/she/it has been baptising
we have been baptising
you have been baptising
they have been baptising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been baptising
you will have been baptising
he/she/it will have been baptising
we will have been baptising
you will have been baptising
they will have been baptising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been baptising
you had been baptising
he/she/it had been baptising
we had been baptising
you had been baptising
they had been baptising
Conditional
I would baptise
you would baptise
he/she/it would baptise
we would baptise
you would baptise
they would baptise
Past Conditional
I would have baptised
you would have baptised
he/she/it would have baptised
we would have baptised
you would have baptised
they would have baptised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.baptise - administer baptism tobaptise - administer baptism to; "The parents had the child baptized"
call, name - assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to; "They named their son David"; "The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
Translations
يُعَمِّد
skíra
kristīt

baptize,

baptise

(bӕpˈtaiz) verb
to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name. She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.
ˈbaptism (-tizəm) noun
(an act of) baptizing. the baptism of the baby.
bapˈtismal adjective
References in classic literature ?
There has been no opportunity for that," replied the captive, "since she left Algiers, her native country and home; and up to the present she has not found herself in any such imminent danger of death as to make it necessary to baptise her before she has been instructed in all the ceremonies our holy mother Church ordains; but, please God, ere long she shall be baptised with the solemnity befitting her which is higher than her dress or mine indicates.
Numerous friends were unwilling [to baptise child] but they felt under duress PADDY MONAHAN ON DILEMMA FACING FAMILIES
Dans la wilaya de Tissemsilt, c'est le groupement de la Gendarmerie nationale qui a ete baptise du nom du chahid Abdelhamid Mahi lors d'une ceremonie presidee, jeudi dernier, par le commandant du 2e groupement regional de la Gendarmerie nationale d'Oran, le general Othmani Tahar.
The head of the Catholic Church went on to say he would be perfectly happy to baptise an alien if one wanted to convert, and that they'd be more than welcome at the Vatican as the Bible doesn't discriminate.