different between evocate vs invocation
From Latin ?voc?re, present active infinitive of ?voc?.
evocate (third-person singular simple present evocates, present participle evocating, simple past and past participle evocated)
- (rare) To evoke
- To call up
- second-person plural present indicative of evocare
- second-person plural imperative of evocare
- feminine plural of evocato
- second-person plural present active imperative of ?voc?
evocate From the web:
Borrowed from Old French invocacion, from Latin invocatio, invocationem.
- Rhymes: -e???n
invocation (countable and uncountable, plural invocations)
- The act or form of calling for the assistance or presence of some superior being, especially prayer offered to a divine being.
- (chiefly law) A call or summons, especially a judicial call, demand, or order.
- (law) An act of invoking or claiming a legal right.
- (programming) The act of invoking something, such as a function call.
From Old French invocacion, borrowed from Latin invoc?ti?nem, accusative form of invoc?ti?.
invocation f (plural invocations)
- “invocation” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
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