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fatidic

[ fey-tid-ik, fuh- ]
/ feɪˈtɪd ɪk, fə- /
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adjective

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Also fa·tid·i·cal [fey-tid-i-kuhl, fuh-] /feɪˈtɪd ɪ kəl, fə-/ .

Origin of fatidic

1665–75; <Latin fātidicus, equivalent to fāti- (combining form of fātumfate) + -dicus one who utters, derivative of dīcere to say

OTHER WORDS FROM fatidic

fa·tid·i·cal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for fatidic

fatidic

fatidical

/ (feɪˈtɪdɪk) /

adjective

rare prophetic

Derived forms of fatidic

fatidically, adverb

Word Origin for fatidic

C17: from Latin fātidicus, from fātum fate + dīcere to say
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