Definition of adyt in English:

adyt

noun

figurative
rare
  • The innermost or most sacred part of a temple or other place of worship; = adytum. Chiefly figurative in later use.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Barnaby Rich (1542–1617), soldier and author. From classical Latin adytum.

Pronunciation:

adyt

/ˈadɪt/