- IPA: /ˈkʌv.ən.ənt/, /ˈkʌv.nənt/
covenant (plural covenants)
- (legal) An agreement to do or not do a particular thing.
- (legal) A promise, incidental to a deed or contract, either express or implied.
- A pact or binding agreement between two or more parties.
- An incidental clause in an agreement.
- Ark of the Covenant
- covenant of salt
- covenant of title
- New Covenant
- Old Covenant
- Covenant (religion)
- Covenant (biblical)
- Covenant (law)
- Mosaic covenant
- New Covenant theology
- Covenant marriage
- Covenant theology
- Covenantal nomism
- French: accord
- Russian: договорённость
- French: pacte, convention, alliance
- German: Bund
- Italian: patto, accordo solenne, contratto, convenzione, alleanza
- Portuguese: pacto, contrato, promessa
- Russian: догово́р
- Spanish: convenio, contrato, alianza, pacto
covenant (covenants, present participle covenanting; past and past participle covenanted)
- To enter into, or promise something by, a covenant.
- Jupiter covenanted with him, that it should be hot or cold, wet or dry, […] as the tenant should direct.
- (legal) To enter a formal agreement.
- (legal) To bind oneself in contract.
- (legal) To make a stipulation.
- Italian: stipulare, convenire, stilare un accordo, sottoscrivere, concludere, contrarre
- Russian: заключа́ть соглаше́ние