Definition of Dedicant
1. one that dedicates [n -S] - See also: dedicates
Lexicographical Neighbors of Dedicant
Literary usage of Dedicant
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"But if the dedicant of the land had himself purchased it from a third person who had sold it because of his poverty, then at the Jubilee it reverted to the ..."
2. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"From the omission of the dedicant it is clear that Kourion was itself the author of this honor;1 and doubtless the statue was erected in the Sanctuary of ..."
3. Kos Between Hellenism and Rome: Studies on the Political, Institutional, and by Kostas Buraselis (2000)
"The one is PH 92 in which he appears as the dedicant of a monument ... the monument of PH 92 was Claudius' successor.128 The dedicant styles himself here as ..."
4. The Cults of Cisalpine Gaul as Seen in the Inscriptions by Joseph Clyde Murley (1922)
"5000) and a statue resting on the square pedestal on which a dedicant of Tridentum has recorded the preservation of his own and his family's health (5021). ..."
5. Journal by Australian Ex Libris Society (1890)
"The name of the tribe written in full, the word miles and name of the legion, also that of an heir or dedicant, wanting; the number of stipendia alone, ..."