fides

Latin, meaning: promise, assurance, word of honor, engagement.
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fides

Latin, meaning: trust, confidence, reliance, belief, faith.
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Fides

(Latin) a promise; word of honor.
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Fides

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Luther on 5 Oct 1855. Diameter in km: 96. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Fides

Fi'des noun [ Latin , faith.] (Roman Muth.) Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of faith.
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Fides

• (n.) Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of faith.
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Fides

Roman goddess, the deification of good faith and honesty. Many of the oldest Roman deities were embodiments of high ideals (e.g., Honos, Libertas); ... [1 related articles]
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Fides

Fides is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `Faithful` Fidelio,Fidelity,Fidella,Fides,Fido The name Fides doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Fides seems to be unique!
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Fides

[reliability] The Fides guide is freely available on the Fides reliability website. == Standardization== The French standardisation organisation UTE (Union Technique de l`Electricité) has accepted the Fides publication, with the reference UTE C 80 811 (available in both French and English). An international normative reference extension (I...
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Fides

Faith, according to St. Augustine, means, to believe that which one does not see: Fides ergo est, quod non vides credere. That is the reason why faith is praiseworthy. Haec est enim laus fidei, si quod creditur non videtur. -- J.J.R.
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Fides

[goddess] In Roman religion, Fides was the goddess of trust. Her temple on the Capitol was where the Roman Senate signed and kept state treaties with foreign countries, and where Fides protected them. She was also worshipped under the name Fides Publica Populi Romani (`Public (or Common) Trust of the Roman People`). She is represented by a ...
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