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dictus meaning in English

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dictus [dictus] noun
(4th) M

command noun

speaking, saying (action) noun

speech noun

word (Ecc) noun

addictus [addicti] noun
(2nd) M

person enslaved for debt or theft noun

addictus [addicta -um, addictior -or -us, addictissimus -a -um] adjective

bent upon adjective

bound (to do something) adjective

debt) slave (of adjective

devoted/addicted (to) adjective

archidictus [archidicta, archidictum] adjective

extremely eloquent adjective

benedictus [benedicti] noun
(2nd) M

an approved/praised person, spoken well of noun

blessed/blest one noun

benedictus [benedicta, benedictum] adjective

approved/praised/spoken well of (person) adjective

blessed adjective

blest adjective

improdictus [improdicta, improdictum] adjective

not postponed adjective

indictus [indicta, indictum] adjective

not said/mentioned adjective

unheard adjective

~ cause, without the case's being pleaded adjective

praedictus [praedicta, praedictum] adjective

preceding, previously named, afore mentioned adjective

predicted, foretold, warned adjective

predictus [predicta, predictum] adjective

preceding, previously named, afore mentioned adjective

predicted, foretold, warned adjective

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