Definition of Fornicated

1. Verb. (past of fornicate) ¹



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Definition of Fornicated

1. fornicate [v] - See also: fornicate

Medical Definition of Fornicated

1. 1. Vaulted like an oven or furnace; arched. 2. Arching over; overarched. Origin: L. Fornicatus, fr. Fornix, -icis, an arch, vault. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fornicated

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formyltetrahydrofolates
formyltransferase
formyltransferases
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fornicate gyri
fornicate gyrus
fornicate gyruses
fornicated (current term)
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Literary usage of Fornicated

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1. Proofs of the Interpolation of the Vowel-letters in the Text of the Hebrew by Charles William Wall (1857)
"His rulers [literally, his shields] in fornicating have fornicated, in loving have ... fornicating they have fornicated; they have loved infamy for its very ..."

2. The Theological and Philosophical Works of Hermes Trismegistus, Christian by Hermes, John David Chambers (1882)
"But he with reason (rf), O Child ! not having fornicated will suffer but as having fornicated; neither having murdered but as having murdered. ..."

3. The Revelation of Jesus Christ by John by Francis John Bodfield Hooper (1861)
"With whom the kings of the earth have fornicated. ... Have fornicated. In the NT fornication, avarice, and ambition, as being only different kinds of ..."

4. The Vulgate New Testament, with the Douay Version of 1582. In Parallel Columns by Robert Bagster, Jerome (1872)
"... her fornication : and the kings of the earth have fornicated with lier: and the merchants of the earth were made rich by the virtue of her delicacies. ..."

5. Italy: Remarks Made in Several Visits, from the Year 1816 to 1854 by John Cam Hobhouse Broughton (1859)
"The inhabitants of Pagan Rome called an arched chamber " fornicated." The Christians described the deadly sin frequently committed in those chambers by the ..."

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