orant

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin orans, orant-, noun use of the present participle of Latin orare (pray).

Noun[edit]

orant (plural orants)

  1. An image of a person with the hands raised in prayer.

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Verb[edit]

orant

  1. present participle of orar

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Verb[edit]

ōrant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of ōrō