Euctical Euc"tic*al[Gr. ?, fr. ? to pray, wish.] Expecting a wish; supplicatory. [R.] [1913 Webster]

Sacrifices . . . distinguished into expiatory, euctical, and eucharistical. --Bp. Law.

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  • euctical — adjective Etymology: Greek euktikos constituting a prayer or vow (from euktos wished for, vowed from euchesthai to pray, vow + ikos ic) + English al more at vow obsolete : supplicatory …   Useful english dictionary

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