adjective fa·tid·ic \fā-ˈti-dik, fə-\

Definition of FATIDIC

:  of or relating to prophecy

Variants of FATIDIC

fa·tid·ic or fa·tid·i·cal \-di-kəl\

Origin of FATIDIC

Latin fatidicus, from fatum fate + dicere to say — more at diction
First Known Use: 1607


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