Definition for Call (-s, -ed, -eth)

call (-s, -ed, -eth), v. [OE & ME < ON kalla, cry, summon in a loud voice, call by a name, assert, claim.] (webplay: action, angel, bidden, claim, come, fight, God, heaven, justice, keep, legislative, memory, name, neighbors, sailors, solemnly, stop).

  1. Declare; announce; consider; affirm; assert; proclaim; regard as; claim to be; assert strongly.
  2. Invite; summon; command; send for; request to come; bid the presence of.
  3. Name; term; designate; denominate; address as; give someone a title; (see Ruth 1:20).
  4. Exclaim; cry out; speak aloud; utter audibly.
  5. Ring; peal; emit sound; communicate the time by repeated tones.
  6. Visit; come by; drop by; look in; stop by without intention of staying.
  7. Ask; pray; invoke; implore; petition; plea; return to talk.
  8. Phrase. “Call away”: take in death; cause to die; transfer to the life hereafter.

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