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va·tic·i·nate

 (və-tĭs′ə-nāt′)
v. va·tic·i·nat·ed, va·tic·i·nat·ing, va·tic·i·nates
v.tr.
To prophesy; foretell.
v.intr.
To be a prophet.

[Latin vāticinārī, vāticināt-, from vātēs, seer; see vatic.]

va·tic′i·na′tion (-nā′shən) n.
va·tic′i·na′tor n.

vaticinate

(vəˈtɪsɪˌneɪt)
vb
rare to foretell; prophesy
[C17: from Latin vāticinārī from vātēs prophet + canere to foretell]
vaticination n
vaˈticiˌnator n
vaticinal, vaticiˈnatory adj

va•tic•i•nate

(vəˈtɪs əˌneɪt)

v.t., v.i. -nat•ed, -nat•ing.
to prophesy.
[1615–25; < Latin vāticinātus, past participle of vaticinārī to prophesy =vāti-, s. of vātēs seer + -cinārī, derivative of canere to sing, prophesy]
va•tic`i•na′tion, n.
va•tic′i•na`tor, n.

vaticinate


Past participle: vaticinated
Gerund: vaticinating

Imperative
vaticinate
vaticinate
Present
I vaticinate
you vaticinate
he/she/it vaticinates
we vaticinate
you vaticinate
they vaticinate
Preterite
I vaticinated
you vaticinated
he/she/it vaticinated
we vaticinated
you vaticinated
they vaticinated
Present Continuous
I am vaticinating
you are vaticinating
he/she/it is vaticinating
we are vaticinating
you are vaticinating
they are vaticinating
Present Perfect
I have vaticinated
you have vaticinated
he/she/it has vaticinated
we have vaticinated
you have vaticinated
they have vaticinated
Past Continuous
I was vaticinating
you were vaticinating
he/she/it was vaticinating
we were vaticinating
you were vaticinating
they were vaticinating
Past Perfect
I had vaticinated
you had vaticinated
he/she/it had vaticinated
we had vaticinated
you had vaticinated
they had vaticinated
Future
I will vaticinate
you will vaticinate
he/she/it will vaticinate
we will vaticinate
you will vaticinate
they will vaticinate
Future Perfect
I will have vaticinated
you will have vaticinated
he/she/it will have vaticinated
we will have vaticinated
you will have vaticinated
they will have vaticinated
Future Continuous
I will be vaticinating
you will be vaticinating
he/she/it will be vaticinating
we will be vaticinating
you will be vaticinating
they will be vaticinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been vaticinating
you have been vaticinating
he/she/it has been vaticinating
we have been vaticinating
you have been vaticinating
they have been vaticinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been vaticinating
you will have been vaticinating
he/she/it will have been vaticinating
we will have been vaticinating
you will have been vaticinating
they will have been vaticinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been vaticinating
you had been vaticinating
he/she/it had been vaticinating
we had been vaticinating
you had been vaticinating
they had been vaticinating
Conditional
I would vaticinate
you would vaticinate
he/she/it would vaticinate
we would vaticinate
you would vaticinate
they would vaticinate
Past Conditional
I would have vaticinated
you would have vaticinated
he/she/it would have vaticinated
we would have vaticinated
you would have vaticinated
they would have vaticinated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.vaticinate - predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration
forebode, predict, prognosticate, foretell, promise, anticipate, call - make a prediction about; tell in advance; "Call the outcome of an election"
vaticinate - foretell through or as if through the power of prophecy
irradiate, enlighten - give spiritual insight to; in religion
2.vaticinate - foretell through or as if through the power of prophecy
prophesy, vaticinate - predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration

vaticinate

verb
To tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means:
References in classic literature ?
Archer had been wont to smile at these annual vaticinations of his mother's; but this year even he was obliged to acknowledge, as he listened to an enumeration of the changes, that the "trend" was visible.
It informs the declarations of her statesmen, the theories of her revolutionists, and the mystic vaticinations of prophets to the point of making freedom look like a form of debauch, and the Christian virtues themselves appear actually indecent.
L'objectif serait en fin de compte de moduler et d'alterer l'ordre originel de ces mots et ces lettres [beaucoup moins que]a telle enseigne que le texte aurait pu engendrer son propre contraire et promettre d'obscures vaticinations.