dedicate

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Synonyms for dedicate

Synonyms for dedicate

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

Synonyms for dedicate

give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

open to public use, as of a highway, park, or building

Related Words

inscribe or address by way of compliment

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set apart to sacred uses with solemn rites, of a church

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Why does Ovid pretend not to know the name of the original dedicator of the temple?
Julius Caesar, and the future dedicator of the temple of Mars Ultor;
Caesar and Augustus, wishing not to compete with the memories of republican Rome connected with the Forum Romanum, created imperial fora, settings which they could invest with imperial memories, and specifically dynastic memories, placing the dedicator in the progression of Roman history.
All the names of the dedicators are Roman, yet two had peregrini fathers, one Semitic the other Greek, and almost all male dedicators were political and religious public officials.
The dedicators at that time wanted to extend his stay in power especially when he used to see the kind of support BB had.
Nuovo and Coppens also forewarn the reader that they don't address the issues of book illustration and dedications and dedicators and advise that these topics are thus ripe for study.
They offer a prayer to Imhotep 'and the gods who rest here' for the protection of their families and for benevolence on 'the one who reads this himself', which implies that the catacombs were considered to be accessible to other dedicators or cult officiants.
Drawing on 2,300 known bases from nearly 800 sites, he looks at the geographical distribution, statues dedicated before and after a reign, occasions for statue erections, and dedicators.