\ˈɒɹəkə͡l], \ˈɒɹəkəl], \ˈɒ_ɹ_ə_k_əl]\
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n. [Latin] The answer of a pagan god, or some person reputed to be a god, to an inquiry respecting some affair of importance ; hence, the deity who was supposed to give the answer, and also the place where it was given ;- one who communicates a divine command ; an angel ; a prophet ; hence, also, any person reputed uncommonly wise ;- a wise sentence or decision of great authority ;- pl. The revelations or messages delivered by God to prophets and apostles ; the entire sacred Scriptures.