Transpeciate

Definitions of "Transpeciate"

To transform from one species to another; change the species of.

To change from one species to another; to transform. transitive verb

To change from one species into another; to transform. verb

The word "Transpeciate" in example sentences

Of all the delusions wherewith he deceives mortality, there is not any that puzzleth me more than the legerdemain of changelings. 46 I do not credit those transformations of reasonable creatures into beasts, or that the devil hath a power to transpeciate a man into a horse, who tempted Christ (as a trial of his divinity) to convert but stones into bread. Religio Medici

I do not credit those transformations of reasonable creatures into beasts, or that the Devil hath a power to transpeciate [66] a man into a Horse, who tempted Christ (as a trial of His Divinity,) to convert but stones into bread. Religio Medici

I. 46] I do not credit those transformations of reasonable creatures into beasts, or that the devil hath a power to transpeciate a man into a horse, who tempted Christ (as a trial of his divinity) to convert but stones into bread. Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend

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