compellation

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin compellatio, from compellatus, the past participle of compello, from com- + pello. Compare appellation.

Noun[edit]

compellation (plural compellations)

  1. The act of directing oneself directly to another.
  2. A designation, identifying name or title.

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