Sample sentence – "After all these years, I'm still not sure which door the Princess decided upon, the one with the lady, or the tiger."
"to settle something in dispute or doubt; to solve or conclude a question, controversy, or struggle by giving victory to one side" from the Latin verb decidere
meaning "to cut away, to cut off" which comprises the preposition de
meaning "away, off, down from" and the verb caedo, caedere
meaning "to cut, kill, slay" (All information is from www.wikipedia.org
RELATED WORDS/PHRASES – homicide, regicide, etc. etc. BUT NOT deciduous, which comprises the Latin roots de
meaning "down from" and cado, cadere
meaning "to fall"
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