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didáctico (Adjective) "didactic"
18th cent. Borrowed from Ancient Greek διδακτικός (didaktikós) "skilled in teaching," from διδακτός (didaktós) "learned." From the verb δῐδᾰ́σκειν (didaskein) "to teach," which was a causative reduplication of δαῆναι (daênai) "to learn." From Proto-Indo-European *dens- 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Galician didáctico, French didactique
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit dasrá- "effecting miracles"