certes

adverb cer·tes \ ˈsər-tēz , ˈsərts \

Definition of certes

archaic
:in truth :certainly

Origin and Etymology of certes

Middle English, borrowed from Anglo-French, going back to Vulgar Latin *certās, feminine plural accusative (with adverbial value) of Latin certus "fixed, settled, indisputable" — more at 1certain


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