Definition of Legating

1. legate [v] - See also: legate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legating

legalizing
legally
legally binding
legalness
legals
legataries
legatary
legate
legated
legatee
legatees
legates
legateship
legateships
legatine
legating (current term)
legation
legations
legato
legator
legators
legatos
legature
legbreaker
legbreakers
lege
leged
legement
legend
legend in one's own lunchtime

Literary usage of Legating

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1. Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books by Sir William Blackstone, Edward Christian (1807)
"The legating constitutions were [83J ecclesiastical laws, enacted in national synods, held under the cardinals Otho and ..."

2. Education in Early England: Some Notes Used as Forewords to a Collection of by Frederick James Furnivall (1867)
"... Bowls in open places out of his Garden or Orchard, upon the Pain for every Time so offending to forfeit viĀ«. viiii d." (For legating, &c., see Strutt. ..."

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