taction

[tak-shuh n]
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Origin of taction

1615–25; < Latin tāctiōn- (stem of tāctiō) a touching, equivalent to tāct(us) (past participle of tangere to touch) + -iōn- -ion
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British Dictionary definitions for taction

taction

noun
  1. obsolete the act of touching; contact

Word Origin for taction

C17: from Latin tactiō a touching, from tangere to touch
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