fede ring

noun fe·de ring \ˈfā(ˌ)dā-, It ˈfāādā\

Definition of fede ring

  1. :  a finger ring typically bearing a device in the shape of two clasped hands and used especially among Europeans as a token of loyalty or faith between two persons; sometimes :  wedding ring

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Origin and Etymology of fede ring

Italian fede faith, from Latin fides — more at faith

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to cast off or become cast off

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