noun pro·di·tion \prōˈdishən\

Definition of prodition



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Origin and Etymology of prodition

Middle English prodycyon, from Middle French prodition, from Latin prodition-, proditio, from proditus (past participle of prodere to bring forth, report, betray, from pro- forth + -dere, from dare to give) + -ion-, -io -ion — more at pro-, date

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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