de fide

adjective de fi·de \(ˈ)dāˈfēˌdā\

Definition of de fide

  1. :  held as an obligatory article of faith this doctrine of the Jesuits is not de fide — John Dryden

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Origin and Etymology of de fide

New Latin, from Latin, from faith

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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