word of the day


WORD OF THE DAY
DictumDIK-təmPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, late 16th century
1A short statement that expresses a general truth or principle.
 
Examples of Dictum in a sentence “The famous medical dictum says, “First, do no harm.”” “Stanley wanted to include a popular spiritual dictum in the introduction to his novel.”
WORD OF THE DAY
DictumDIK-təmPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, late 16th century
1A short statement that expresses a general truth or principle.
 
Examples of Dictum in a sentence “The famous medical dictum says, “First, do no harm.”” “Stanley wanted to include a popular spiritual dictum in the introduction to his novel.”