deprecor

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From (away from, down from) + precor (request, beg, call upon).

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present active dēprecor, present infinitive dēprecārī, perfect active dēprecātus sum (deponent)

  1. I avert or ward off by (earnest) prayer; deprecate.
  2. I pray for, intercede on behalf of.

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