Meaning of tradit in English:

tradit

Pronunciation /ˈtradɪt/

verb

rare
  • To transmit; (in later use usually) to communicate (a tradition or elements of it).

    Especially in translations of or references to Latin, or with direct reference to the word tradition.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Richard Tomlinson (fl. 1657). From classical Latin trādit-, past participial stem of trādere to hand over, deliver, to relate, to tell of from trans- + dare to give, probably partly after tradition.