consagrar

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From Old Occitan, from Late Latin consacrāre, from Latin consecrāre, present active infinitive of consecrō.

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consagrar (first-person singular present consagro, past participle consagrat)

  1. to consecrate; devote; dedicate

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consagrar (first-person singular present consagro, first-person singular preterite consagrei, past participle consagrado)

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese, from Late Latin consacrāre, from Latin consecrāre, present active infinitive of consecrō.

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consagrar (first-person singular present indicative consagro, past participle consagrado)

  1. to consecrate, sanctify
  2. to sacrifice

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin consacrāre, From Old Spanish consecrar, from Latin consecrāre, present active infinitive of consecrō.

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  • IPA(key): /konsaˈɡɾaɾ/, [kõnsaˈɣɾaɾ]

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consagrar (first-person singular present consagro, first-person singular preterite consagré, past participle consagrado)

  1. to consecrate
  2. to devote; to dedicate
  3. to confirm, to establish
  4. (pronomial) to establish oneself

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