Tect meaning

(obsolete, rare, construed as a past participle) Covered; hidden.
adjective
4
2
(obsolete, rare) A roof.
noun
3
3
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Origin of tect

  • From the Middle English tecte, from the Latin tēctus (“covered”), the perfect passive participle of tegō (“I cover”).

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  • From the Latin tēctum (“roof”), neuter substantive of tēctus (“covered”); see above.

    From Wiktionary