advoco

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From ad (to, towards, at) + vocō (call, summon).

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present active advocō, present infinitive advocāre, perfect active advocāvī, supine advocātum

  1. I call, invite or summon someone to a place, invoke.
  2. I get a respite, delay.
  3. I give consolation, console; recommend.
  4. (law) I call in as aid, assistant, witness or counsellor.

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advoco

  1. first-person singular (eu) present indicative of advocar