Edikt

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Borrowed from Latin ēdictum (proclamation, edict), the neuter of ēdictus, perfect passive participle of ēdīcō (I publish, proclaim), itself from ex (out of, from) + dīcō (say).

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Edikt n (genitive Ediktes or Edikts, plural Edikte)

  1. An edict, type of legislative and/or judicial proclamation, originally emanating from a Roman magistrate.

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