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Pronunciation of Anointing: Learn how to pronounce Anointing in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word anoint:

verb
[with object]
smear or rub with oil, typically as part of a religious ceremony:
high priests were anointed with oil
bodies were anointed after death for burial
(anoint something with) smear or rub something with (any other substance):
Kuna Indians anoint the tips of their arrows with poison
ceremonially confer divine or holy office upon (a priest or monarch) by smearing or rubbing with oil:
[with object and complement]:
Samuel anointed him king
nominate or choose (someone) as successor to or leading candidate for a position:
(as adjective anointed)
his officially anointed heir
Phrases
Anointing of the Sick
(in the Roman Catholic Church) the sacramental anointing of the ill or infirm with blessed oil; unction.
God’s (or the Lord’s) anointed
a monarch ruling by divine right:
the ceremonial reminded the king’s subjects that he was God’s anointed
Derivatives
anointer
noun
anointment
noun
Origin:
Middle English: from Old French enoint ‘anointed’, past participle of enoindre, from Latin inungere, from in- ‘upon’ + ungere ‘anoint, smear with oil’