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Based on the Latin origin of the word oboedire, which means "listening attentively", it is possible to say that such relation is also oriented by listening to and respecting the sphere that issues the orientations that must be followed, although, sometimes, they challenge the body's limits.
Obedire and oboedire from Latin mean to serve, to pay attention to, to give ear.
Such, indeed, is the root meaning of obedience: hupakouo and oboedire.
verbos que significan el mandato o la sumision, como imperare, praesum, parere, oboedire, seruire, etc; verbos que significan el acercamiento o la comparacion, como iungere, comparare, conferre, anteferre, anteponere, praeferre; verbos aislados, como haerere, mederi, parcere, nubere, inuidere, persuadere, succedere y verbos impersonales como licet y como los verbos de suceso accidit, fit, euenit, etc.
Oboedire had no fewer than five entries today and his best chance appears to be in the Compare Odds At easyodds.
Oboedire had no fewer than five entries tomorrow and his best chance appears to be in the Compare Odds At easyodds.
WISHBONE - 4-7fav (11-0) Led to 13th, hit 3 out, blundered badly last, hard ridden flat, no extra close home, 2nd of 4, 1l behind Oboedire (11-0) at Haydock 3m nov chase (B) sft.
OBOEDIRE sprung a surprise in the three-mile novices' chase, the eight- year-old former point-to-pointer battling on well to beat Wishbone by a length.
The Lawney Hill-trained Oboedire won the members under David Barlow, whose cousin Andrew followed by taking the intermediate on his father Mark's Fencing Master.
Barlow has also entrusted the Hills with his promising seven-year-old Oboedire, who lost his maiden status at Wolverhampton last season.