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evadite

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin ēvādite, second-person plural active imperative of ēvādō (pass over, flee).

NounEdit

evadite (plural evadites)

  1. (law) A legal declaration or avowal of dismissal
    • 1861, “The State of the Country”, in The Methodist Review, April 1861, page 313:
      If the formation of new slave states are the condition of union with slaveholders, we are ready to give them a walking paper—abite, evadite, festinate.

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LatinEdit

VerbEdit

ēvādite

  1. second-person plural active imperative of ēvādō

ReferencesEdit

  • The Big Gold Book of Latin Verbs [1]