MEANING: verb tr.: To kill or sacrifice, especially by burning.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin immolare (to sprinkle, to sprinkle with meal before sacrificing), from in- (into) + mola (meal). Earliest documented use: 1548.

IMPOLATE - ...never did get around to sending those Thank You notes

IMMORATE - No, nothing's wrong

IMMOLATTE - to put in wheat germ before you brew the coffee