noun cre·den·za \kri-ˈden-zə\

Definition of CREDENZA

:  credence 3
:  a sideboard, buffet, or bookcase patterned after a Renaissance credence; especially :  one without legs

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Origin of CREDENZA

Italian, literally, belief, confidence, from Medieval Latin credentia
First Known Use: 1880

Other Furniture and Woodworking Terms

appoint, mission, settee

Rhymes with CREDENZA


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