anele


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anele

(əˈniːl)
vb
(Roman Catholic Church) (tr) archaic to anoint, esp to give extreme unction to
[C14 anelen, from an- (from Old English an- on) + elen to anoint (from ele oil, from Latin oleum)]

anele


Past participle: aneled
Gerund: aneling

Imperative
anele
anele
Present
I anele
you anele
he/she/it aneles
we anele
you anele
they anele
Preterite
I aneled
you aneled
he/she/it aneled
we aneled
you aneled
they aneled
Present Continuous
I am aneling
you are aneling
he/she/it is aneling
we are aneling
you are aneling
they are aneling
Present Perfect
I have aneled
you have aneled
he/she/it has aneled
we have aneled
you have aneled
they have aneled
Past Continuous
I was aneling
you were aneling
he/she/it was aneling
we were aneling
you were aneling
they were aneling
Past Perfect
I had aneled
you had aneled
he/she/it had aneled
we had aneled
you had aneled
they had aneled
Future
I will anele
you will anele
he/she/it will anele
we will anele
you will anele
they will anele
Future Perfect
I will have aneled
you will have aneled
he/she/it will have aneled
we will have aneled
you will have aneled
they will have aneled
Future Continuous
I will be aneling
you will be aneling
he/she/it will be aneling
we will be aneling
you will be aneling
they will be aneling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been aneling
you have been aneling
he/she/it has been aneling
we have been aneling
you have been aneling
they have been aneling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been aneling
you will have been aneling
he/she/it will have been aneling
we will have been aneling
you will have been aneling
they will have been aneling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been aneling
you had been aneling
he/she/it had been aneling
we had been aneling
you had been aneling
they had been aneling
Conditional
I would anele
you would anele
he/she/it would anele
we would anele
you would anele
they would anele
Past Conditional
I would have aneled
you would have aneled
he/she/it would have aneled
we would have aneled
you would have aneled
they would have aneled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anele - administer an oil or ointment to anele - administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
bless - give a benediction to; "The dying man blessed his son"
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