What is 'dite' when translated from French Italian and Portuguese to English?

"Said," "You all are saying" or "(you all) Tell!" and "That I (he, one, she, you) may dictate" or "Dictate!" are the respective English equivalents of the French, Italian and Portuguese word Dite. Context makes clear whether a French feminine singular past participle (case 1), an Italian second person plural present indicative (example 2) or imperative (instance 3) or a Portuguese first or third person singular present subjunctive (option 4) or third person singular present imperative (sample 5) suits. The respective pronunciations will be "deet" in French, ""DJEE-tchee" in Cariocan Brazilian and continental Portuguese and "DEE-tey" in Pisan Italian.