The act of converting text from one language to another. See translation, translate.
The end result of traduction. See traduce.
A malign or defamatory statement.
An act of defaming, maligning or slandering.
Act of passing on to one's future generations. See also pass on, transmit.
Etymology: from traduco
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from traduce.
The patrons of traduction accuse their adversaries of affronting the attributes of God; and the asserters of creation impeach them of violence to the nature of things. Joseph Glanvill.
If by traduction came thy mind,
Our wonder is the less to find
A soul so charming from a stock so good;
Thy father was transfus’d into thy blood. Dryden.
Touching traditional communication and traduction of truths connatural and engraven, I do not doubt but many of them have had the help of that derivation. Matthew Hale.
Since America is divided on every side by considerable seas, and no passage known by land, the traduction of brutes could only be by shipping: though this was a method used for the traduction of useful cattle from hence thither, yet it is not credible that bears and lions should have so much care used for their transportation. Matthew Hale, Origin of Mankind.
The reports and fugues have an agreement with the figures in rhetorick of repetition and traduction. Francis Bacon.
transmission from one to another
translation from one language to another
derivation by descent; propagation
the act of transferring; conveyance; transportation
a process of reasoning in which each conclusion applies to just such an object as each of the premises applies to
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tra-duk′shun, n. the act of transferring, conveyance: (Spens.) transfer: transmission from one to another, tradition: derivation from one of the same kind.—ns. Tradū′cian, one who believes in traducianism; Tradū′cianism, the belief, long prevalent in the Western Church, that children receive soul as well as body from their parents through natural generation—every soul being a fresh creation—also Generationism.—adj. Traduc′tive.
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The numerical value of traduction in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of traduction in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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