To livicate (verb)
1. To set apart for divine or spiritual purposes and uses.
2. To vivaciously commit (oneself) to a particular course of thought or movement.
In Rastafarian dialect, "to livicate" is substituted for "to dedicate", as to rid itself of a connotation of dead or death.
"This one (tune) is livicated to all those who thought they would never need a friend. Until their standing right there, alone, by themselves at the end." ~Soldiers of Jah Army
A livication to God, to Country and to Yale.
1. To focus one’s thought or actions on life and living.
2. Complete and wholehearted devotion to life, career, ideal, etc.
3. A Rastafarian vocabulary term meaning “to bring to life.”
I livicate myself to the uplift
of the human race.