libate

libate

(laɪˈbeɪt)
vb (tr)
to pour out (a liquid, esp wine) in honour of a deity
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I libate white rum to Azaka, spirit of agriculture,
The hummingbird, whose attack angle is very aggressive as it hovers to libate over flowers, creates a tornado-like vortex that prevents stalling.
Except by returning to libate the soil With the Cock of Abuja's blood, Will exile not offend martyred ones?
A large envelope containing the threat "you will end up like a rat" was discovered on Friday in a post office in the Libate suburb of the northern city of Milan, police said.