Indite meaning

ĭn-dīt
To write; compose.
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To set down in writing.
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To dictate.
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To express or describe in prose or verse.
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To put in writing; compose and write.
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To physically make letters and words on a writing surface; to inscribe.
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To write, especially a literary or artistic work; to compose.
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To dictate; to prompt.
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(mineralogy) An extremely rare indium-iron sulfide mineral.
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Origin of indite

  • Middle English enditen from Old French enditer from Vulgar Latin indictāre Latin in- toward in–2 Latin dictāre to compose, to say habitually frequentative of dīcere to say deik- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French and Anglo-Norman enditer, from Latin in- +‎ dictare (“to declare”).

    From Wiktionary