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supplicant

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EtymologyEdit

Latin supplicans, "supplicating, bowing down" from supplico "kneel, bow down, request", from sub- "lower" + plico "fold".

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

supplicant (comparative more supplicant, superlative most supplicant)

  1. begging, pleading, supplicating

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NounEdit

supplicant (plural supplicants)

  1. one who comes to humbly ask or petition

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VerbEdit

supplicant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of supplicō