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Definition of: dictum

(diktəm) noun plural dic·ta (-tə)
1. An authoritative, dogmatic, or positive utterance; a pronouncement.
2. Law An opinion by a judge on a point not essential to the decision on the main question in the case on trial.
3. A popular saying; a maxim. See synonyms under ADAGE. [<L <dicere say]

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