Definition of indite in English:

indite

Syllabification: in·dite
Pronunciation: /inˈdīt
 
/

verb

[with object] archaic
Write; compose: he indites the wondrous tale of Our Lord

Origin

Middle English endite, from Old French enditier, based on Latin indicere (see indict).

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