tacit-, taci-, tace- (Latin: silent, silence; unspoken; quiet).
Maintenance of silence; avoidance of saying too much or of speaking freely; disposition to say very little or nothing.
Reserved; disinclined to speak freely; given to silence or concealment.
The Latin for "Be silent!" According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "tace is Latin for a candle, a humorously veiled hint to any one to keep silent about something."
A musical instruction, or direction that the voice or instrument is to be silent for a time.
Things to be passed over in silence; matters not to be mentioned.
1. Unspoken, unvoiced; silent, emitting no sound; noiseless, wordless.
2. Not openly expressed or stated, but implied; understood, inferred.
1. Without speaking; silently; quietly.
2. Without stating or expressing anything; by implication.
The quality of being tacit; silence.
Characterized by silence or disinclination to conversation; reserved in speech; saying little; uncommunicative.
One who practices habitual silence or reserve.
Habitual silence or disinclination to conversation; reservedness in speech; a taciturn character or state.