Definition of faciendum in English:

faciendum

noun

Philosophy
  • A thing that should be done.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Anthony Burgess (d. 1664), clergyman and ejected minister. From classical Latin faciendum thing to be done (usually in plural, facienda), use as noun of neuter gerundive of facere to make, do.

Pronunciation

faciendum

/ˌfakɪˈɛnd(ə)m//ˌfeɪʃɪˈɛnd(ə)m/