ex traduce

adjective ex tra·du·ce \ekˈsträdüˌkā\

Definition of ex traduce

archaic, of the soul

  1. :  having direct origin from the souls of the parents

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Origin and Etymology of ex traduce

Late Latin ex traduce, literally, from a vine layer

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