Examples from the Web for secreta
Secreta hc murmura vulgi—Those secret whisperings 10 of the populace.
The person holding this office is styled "a secretis" by the Romans; for secrets they are accustomed to call "secreta."
It implies at least the further idea of a 'secreta facultas' in the original elements.The Roman Poets of the Republic|William Young Sellar
In December of that year the windows of the Bibliotheca secreta were begun; but during 1478 and 1479 nothing was done.The Care of Books|John Willis Clark
Rimans secreta omnium; that is, what were intentionally kept secret; with xii.Dderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes|Ludwig Dderlein