dietine

noun di·e·tine \¦dīə¦tēn, ¦dēə-\

Definition of dietine

plural

-s

  1. :  a subordinate or local assembly or diet; specifically :  a onetime local assembly of Polish nobles that elected deputies to the national diet

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Origin and Etymology of dietine

French diétine, from diète diet (from Medieval Latin dieta) + -ine — more at diet


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