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Concelebrate definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

CONCELEBRATE, v.t. To celebrate together. [Not used.]

Merriam Webster's

verb Etymology: Medieval Latin concelebratus, past participle of concelebrare, from Latin, to frequent, celebrate, from com- + celebrare to celebrate Date: 1879 transitive verb to participate in (a Eucharist) as a joint celebrant who recites the canon in unison with other celebrants intransitive verb to participate as a celebrant in a concelebrated Eucharist concelebration noun

Oxford Reference Dictionary

v.intr. RC Ch. 1 (of two or more priests) celebrate the mass together. 2 (esp. of a newly ordained priest) celebrate the mass with the ordaining bishop. Derivatives: concelebrant n. concelebration n. Etymology: L concelebrare (as com-, celebrare celebrate)

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Concelebrate Con*cel"e*brate, v. t. [L. concelebratus, p. p. of concelebrare to concelebrate.] To celebrate together. [Obs.] --Holland.



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