Rogation



noun
1.
Usually, rogations. Ecclesiastical. solemn supplication, especially as chanted during procession on the three days (Rogation Days) before Ascension Day.
2.
Roman History.

the proposing by the consuls or tribunes of a law to be passed by the people.
a law so proposed.

noun
1.
(usually pl) (Christianity) a solemn supplication, esp in a form of ceremony prescribed by the Church

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