make (someone) legally or morally bound to do something.
"doctors are obliged by law to keep patients alive while there is a chance of recovery"
by Priestess Of Aries February 25, 2019
To agree to do something. To do something you feel obligated to do. To do something to pay a debt or putting someone in your debt.
"I can't believe you got Henry to lend you his car!" "He owes me money so he had to oblige."
by bluerondo April 8, 2019
Obligation.

An obligation is something you may not like or even enjoy doing but you do it out of respect or some profound sense of duty.

Don't ever tell your girlfriend that you're attending her 21st birthday party out of obligation. She's not American born and English is her 2nd language; she doesn't fully understand its definition. She has absolutely zero respect and will never have any sense of duty. She will fight with you for days over the true definition of the word, implying that somehow, duty has a "negative" connotation. As she verbally castrates you, you will be constantly reminded of how pussy-whipped you are and how she abuses your fear of being alone to her advantage. Your relationship with the man eating bitch, no matter how gorgeous she is, will strongly parallel repeatedly running head first into a brick wall and loving it. Even after you’ve accepted defeat, admitted your wrong doings, and apologized for them, she will continue to berate you over the fact that she is never wrong.

Four years of college… wasted out of fucking obligation.

Obligation.
Jane: "That's not what obligation means, look it up in a dictionary. Try dictionary.com.
Dick: "Actually, urbandictionary has a pretty good definition you omnipotent whore."
by malecasenumber2298402348 September 28, 2007
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 25, 2015
A short-hand version of obligatory. It can be used to show agreement or as a stand alone exclamation.
Friend: Hey are you going to the Abbey this weekend?
Me: Oh, oblig!
by kurb09 July 11, 2017
After taking a filthy poop, wiping your butt and accidently getting some poop on the hand. Then, taking your hand and smelling it because you feel obligated to. You know it is going to smell like sh!t but you just are obligated.
"man i walked out of the bathroom and had the obligation."
by the padawan November 25, 2008
Verb. When one is doing things out of obligation rather than wishes or desires.
I'm obligating today, taking mom to her doctor's appointment, though I know she can drive herself, and then have to meet with Jeanine, because I haven't seen her in months and she is going through a divorce.

John is obligating, off with some buddies he hasn't seen in two years, just because they asked him to go; he didn't even want to go!
by missmissy June 24, 2016