Authentic

True or genuine. Artifacts made in prehistoric times.

Authentic

In music, the term authentic describes something as having as immediate relation to the tonic, in distinction from plagal, which has a correspondent relation to the dominant in the octave below the tonic.
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Authentic

[horse] Authentic, nicknamed `Bud`, foaled 1995, is a Dutch Warmblood gelding that competes in show jumping. He has won three Olympic medals and two World Equestrian Games medals. He is owned by Abigail Wexner, and is ridden by Olympic medalist Beezie Madden. Authentic is a bay with a star and snip and stands {hands|16.1} high. == Pedigree ...
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authentic

[adj] - conforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief 2. [adj] - not counterfeit or copied
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Authentic

Au·then'tic adjective [ Middle English autentik , Old French autentique , French authentique , Latin authenticus coming from the real author, of original or firsthand authority, from Greek ..., from ... suicide, a perpetrator or real author of any act, an absolute master;
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Authentic

Au·then'tic noun An original (book or document). [ Obsolete] ' Authentics and transcripts.' Fuller.
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authentic

bona fide adjective not counterfeit or copied; `an authentic signature`; `a bona fide manuscript`; `an unquestionable antique`; `photographs taken in a veritable bull ring`
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authentic

adjective conforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief; `an authentic account by an eyewitness`; `reliable information`
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Authentic

• (n.) Authoritative. • (n.) Having a genuine original or authority, in opposition to that which is false, fictitious, counterfeit, or apocryphal; being what it purports to be; genuine; not of doubtful origin; real; as, an authentic paper or register. • (n.) An original (book or document). • (n.) Of approved authority; true; tru...
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authentic

authentic Etymology: from 1340, 'authoritative', from Old French autentique, from Medieval Latin authenticus, from Greek authentikos 'original, genuine, principal'. Authentic was something that had the authority of its original creator. Originally from Greek authentikos, it was a derivative of the noun authentes, 'doer, master', which was formed fr...
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Authentic

Genuine, made when and where the coin purports to have been made.
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