baptize[ bap-tahyz, bap-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF baptize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAPTIZE
I am most anxious to baptize my new Royalty in a glass of wine.
What right, said they, had a man to baptize who had been ordained in this irregular manner?
It was the practice, then, in Origen's day, to baptize infants.
But how could he baptize the heathen child of heathen parents.
You must promise to marry us all, and then baptize the babies.'
John baptized you with water, but I will baptize you with the Holy Ghost!
It is esteemed a usurpation of privilege to baptize on crossing the tropics.
To baptize and admit your children and to marry them when they grow up?
"But, you said a priest has to baptize anybody," objected Virginia.
Desist, or I will baptize you in the well as Philip did the Ethiopian, without a sponsor.