[ob-si-kreyt] /ˈɒb sɪˌkreɪt/
verb (used with object), obsecrated, obsecrating.
to entreat solemnly; beseech; supplicate.
(transitive) a rare word for beseech
late 14c., from Latin obsecrationem (nominative obsecratio) “a beseeching, imploring, supplication, entreaty,” noun of action from past participle stem of obsecrare “to beseech, entreat” (on religious grounds), from ob- (see ob-) + sacrare “to make or declare sacred” (see sacred).
[ob-si-kwuh ns] /ˈɒb sɪ kwəns/ noun 1. willingness or eagerness to comply, please, serve, etc.; obsequiousness.
/ˈɒbsɪkwənt/ adjective 1. (of a river) flowing into a subsequent stream in the opposite direction to the original slope of the land
[ob-si-kwuh nt] /ˈɒb sɪ kwənt/ noun, Geology. 1. a stream flowing in a direction opposite to that of the dip of the local strata.
[ob-si-kwee] /ˈɒb sɪ kwi/ noun, plural obsequies. Usually, obsequies 1. a funeral rite or ceremony. /ˈɒbsɪkwɪz/ plural noun (sing) -quy 1. funeral rites n. “funeral rites,” plural of obsequy. n. late 14c., from Old French obseque, osseque “funeral rites,” from Medieval Latin obsequiae, influenced in sense by confusion of Latin obsequium “compliance” (see obsequious) with […]