See congregative.

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  • congregator — noun see congregate I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • congregator — noun A person who congregates or assembles …   Wiktionary

  • congregator — con·gre·ga·tor …   English syllables

  • congregator — d.ə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin, from Latin congregatus + or : one that congregates …   Useful english dictionary

  • congregate — I. verb ( gated; gating) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin congregatus, past participle of congregare, from com + greg , grex flock Date: 15th century transitive verb to collect into a group or crowd ; assemble intransitive verb to come… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Homagyrivs — HOMAGYRIVS, i, Gr. Ὁμαγύριος, ου, ein Beynamen des Jupiters, welchem Agamemnon seinen besondern Tempel bey Aegios erbauete, als er daselbst die griechischen Fürsten zusammen brachte, um sich mit ihnen wider den Priamus zu berathschlagen. Pausan.… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • congregate — congregative, adj. congregativeness, n. congregator, n. v. /kong gri gayt /; adj. /kong gri git, gayt /, v., congregated, congregating, adj. v.i. 1. to come together; assemble, esp. in large numbers: People waiting for rooms congregated in the… …   Universalium

  • congregation — noun a) A gathering of faithful in a Christian church, Jewish synagogue, mosque or other place of worship. It can also refer to the people who are present at a devotional service in the building, particularly in contrast to the pastor, minister,… …   Wiktionary

  • congregate — [c]/ˈkɒŋgrəgeɪt / (say konggruhgayt) verb (congregated, congregating) –verb (i) 1. to come together; assemble, especially in large numbers. –verb (t) 2. to bring together in a crowd, body, or mass; assemble; collect. –adjective 3. congregated;… …   Australian English dictionary

  • congregate — [käŋ′grə gāt΄, kän′grə gāt΄; ] for adj. [, käŋ′grəgit, kän′grəgit] vt., vi. congregated, congregating [< L congregatus, pp. of congregare, to congregate < com , together + gregare, to collect into a flock, gather < grex, a flock: see… …   English World dictionary

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