(Latin) pacatus, past participle of pacare to pacify, from pax, pacis, peace. See Pay to requite, Peace.
Appeased; pacified; tranquil. [Rare]
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From Latin pācātus, perfect passive participle of pācō (“I make peaceful, pacify”), from pāx (“peace”).
pacate second-person plural present indicative of pacare second-person plural imperative of pacare feminine plural of pacato
Adjective pacate (comparative more pacate, superlative most pacate) (obsolete) peaceful, tranquil 1710 Mr. Smith, in his Discourse before quoted, though he supposes this kind of divine inspiration to be more "pacate and serene than that which was strictly called prophecy...." — Matthew Henry, quoting a "learned Mr. Smith", "Preface" to Commentary on the Whole Bible. (obsolete) pacified, placated
Adverb pācātē (comparative pācātius, superlative pācātissimē) in a pacified manner, peaceably, quietly
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