Petition - King James Dictionary
מִשְׁאָלָה. (only first 3 shown) PETI'TION, n. L. petitio, from peto, to ask, properly to urge or press. 1. In a general sense, a request, supplication or prayer but chiefly and appropriately, a solemn or formal supplication a prayer addressed by a person to the Supreme Being, for something needed or desired, or a branch or particular article of prayer.
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