Definition for AD-RO-GA'TION

AD-RO-GA'TION, n. [L. ad and rogo, to ask. See Interrogate and Rogation.]

A species of adoption in ancient Rome, by which a person, capable of choosing for himself, was admitted into the relation of a son. So called from the questions put to the parties. – Encyc.

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