credo

4 ENTRIES FOUND:

cre·do

noun \ˈkrē-(ˌ)dō, ˈkrā-\

: an idea or set of beliefs that guides the actions of a person or group

plural credos

Full Definition of CREDO

:  creed

Examples of CREDO

  1. <the credo of the ancient Egyptians involved a variety of polytheism>
  2. <we must abide by the simple credo that The customer is always right>

Origin of CREDO

Middle English, from Latin, I believe
First Known Use: 12th century

Other Christian Religious Terms

Pentateuch, blasphemy, curate, doxology, eremite, iconoclasm, liturgy, orison, pneuma, reliquary

Rhymes with CREDO

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