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Daily Word (17 September 2014)

Faith


 | feɪθ |

Definition

  • noun (mass noun)
    • complete trust or confidence in someone or something
      • [count noun] a strongly belief
    • strong belief in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual conviction rather than proof
      • [count noun] a particular religion

Etymology

Middle English. From Old English feid, from Latin fides.

In Other Languages

  • Bahasa Indonesia: iman, keyakinan
  • بهاس ملايو:
    • ايمان (iman)
    • كڤرچايأن (kepercayaan)
  • Cebuano: pagtuo, pagsalig
  • Deutsch:
    • das Vertrauen (trust)
    • der Glaube(n) (religion)
  • Español: la fe
  • Filipino:
    • tiwala (trust)
    • pananampalataya (religion)
  • Français: la foi
  • 한국어: 신앙 (sin-ang)
  • Italiano: la fede, la fiducia
  • ភាសាខ្មែរ: សេចក្តីជំនឿ (sechaktei chomnue)
  • Latino: fides; fidem
  • မြန်မာဘာသာ: ယုံကြည်မှု
  •  日本語:
    • 信心 (しんじん) (trust)
    • 信仰 (しんこ) (religion)
  • ພາສາລາວ:
    • ສາດສະຫນາ (sadsana)
    • ສັດທາ (sadtha) (religion)
  • ภาษาไทย:
    • ความศรัทธา (khwām ṣ̄rạthṭhā)
    • ศาสนา (Ṣ̄ās̄nā) (religion)
  • தமிழ்: நம்பிக்கை (nampikkai)
  • Tiếng Việt:
    • lòng tin (trust)
    • chân thành (religion)
  •  中文:
    • 信心 (Pinyin: xìnxīn) (trust)
    • 信仰 (Pinyin: xìnyǎng) (religion)
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