Ordain vs Forecall - What's the difference?

ordain | forecall |


As verbs the difference between ordain and forecall

is that ordain is to prearrange unalterably while forecall is to call in advance.

ordain

English

Verb

  • to prearrange unalterably
  • to decree
  • to admit into the ministry of a religion, for example as a priest, bishop, minister or Buddhist monk.
  • to authorize as a rabbi
  • to predestine
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    See also

    * ordination

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    forecall

    English

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To call in advance.
  • To ordain beforehand.