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I have almost always heard people say "I pray to [person]" but is it equally correct (just not as commonly used) to say "I pray [person]" ? Like " I pray you?"

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    Hello, and welcome to EL&U. Your question is a little unclear. Which definition of "pray" do you intend? There is an old usage that does not use a preposition and means "please". See: What does pray mean...? – Cascabel Feb 9 at 15:49

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