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Someone bound by ones values and word to oblige by providing service and favors

Word component and origin :
(a) Word components of obligent = oblige + -ent (suffix equivalent to -ant, appearing in nouns of Latin origin)
(b) Origin of oblige (verb) is from Latin obligare (ob + ligare) meaning "to bind, bind up, bandage." In modern English means "to put under obligation."

(c) The suffix -ant produces nouns from verbs. It has the general sense “characterized by or serving in the capacity of” that named by the stem, e.g. consultant = consult + ant = one serving to consult.
My dentist is obligent to me for having created his website.

I am obligent to create your social media plan for you
by Shoumo March 29, 2015
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