1885–1890, New Latin, from Latininēdita, neuter plural of inēditus, from in- (“not”) + ēditus (neuter plural ēditā), perfect form of ēdō (“publish, put forth”) (as in English edition), from ē (“out”) (from ēx) + dō (“give”), all from Proto-Indo-European roots.
Various Romance cognates such as French inédit and Italian inedito.
Inedita Sentence Examples
Bridges (London, 1897); (8) Opera hactenus Inedita, by J.
Steele, with a preface (1905); (12) Opera hactenus inedita, by Robert Steele (1905).
numerari) may be found in Brewer's (Rolls Series) edition of Bacon's Opera inedita, p. 457.
C. Lichtenberg and published in one volume (Opera inedita, Gottingen, 1775).