caritas

Latin, meaning: dearness, affection / charity.
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caritas

caritas Love, charity. The Romans considered caritas originally to mean 'dearness' or 'high price'. Carus, meaning 'dear', is also said to be an etymological ancestor of the word 'whore'. When Cicero wrote of a year in which the cost of living was high, he used the phrase annonae (crops) caritas. Eventually caritas designated another kind of dea...
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caritas

Sapientia, caritas, prudentia. Wisdom, charity, prudence. Motto of Saint Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City, Kansas, USA.
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Caritas

[charity] Caritas Internationalis is a confederation of 164 Roman Catholic relief, development and social service organisations operating in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. Collectively and individually their mission is to work to build a better world, especially for the poor and oppressed. The first Caritas organisation was e...
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Caritas

[Ponzi scheme] Caritas was a Ponzi scheme in Romania that was active between April 1992 and August 1994. It attracted millions of depositors from all over the country who invested more than a trillion old lei (between one and five billion USD) before it finally went bankrupt on 14 August 1994, having a debt of 450 million U.S. dollars (${Fo...
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caritas

dearness, affection / charity.
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