Creed

  • 1 Creed — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Creed Información personal Origen Tallahassee, Florida …

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  • 2 Creed — • In general, a form of belief Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Creed     Creed     † Cathol …

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  • 3 Creed — (kr[=e]d), n. [OE. credo, crede, AS. creda, fr. L. credo I believe, at the beginning of the Apostles creed, fr. credere to believe; akin to OIr. cretim I believe, and Skr. [,c]raddadh[=a]mi; [,c]rat trust + dh[=a] to put. See {Do}, v. t., and cf …

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  • 4 creed — creed·al; creed·al·ism; creed·ed; creed·ite; creed·less; creed·more; mis·creed; creed; …

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  • 5 Creed — im Jahre 2002 …

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  • 6 CREED — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres   Sigles de trois lettres …

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  • 7 creed — [kri:d] n [Date: 900 1000; : Latin; Origin: credo; CREDO] 1.) a set of beliefs or principles ▪ Marxism has never been weaker as a political creed . ▪ a religious creed ▪ people of all colours and creeds 2.) the C …

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  • 8 creed — [krēd] n. [ME crede < OE creda < L credo, lit., I believe (< credere, to trust, believe < IE * kred dhē , to attribute magic power to, believe < base * k̑red , magic power of a thing + * dhē , to place, DO1] 1. a brief statement of …

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  • 9 Creed — Creed, v. t. To believe; to credit. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] That part which is so creeded by the people. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Creed — (группа) Creed (дом парфюмерии) Список значений слова или словосочетания со ссылками на соответствующие статьи. Если вы попали сюда из …

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  • 11 creed — [ krid ] noun count FORMAL a set of religious beliefs: People of all races, colors, and creeds have to live together. a. a set of beliefs about how people should live or behave: a radical political creed …

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  • 12 creed|al — «KREE duhl», adjective. of or having to do with a creed or creeds; based on religious faith: »This broadening horizon makes the job more difficult for the church that has built a strong creedal fence about itself (Harper s) …

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  • 13 creed — index belief (something believed), conviction (persuasion), doctrine, dogma Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 14 creed — O.E. creda article or statement of Christian belief, from L. credo I believe (see CREDO (Cf. credo)). Broadening 17c. to mean any statement of belief …

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  • 15 creed — faith, persuasion, *religion, denomination, sect, cult, communion, church …

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  • 16 creed — [n] belief, principles articles of faith, canon, catechism, church, confession, conviction, cult, doctrine, dogma, faith, ideology, persuasion, profession, religion, tenet, weltanschauung; concepts 688,689 …

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  • 17 creed — ► NOUN 1) a system of religious belief; a faith. 2) a statement of beliefs or principles; a credo. ORIGIN from Latin credo I believe …

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  • 18 Creed — This article is about a statement of belief. For the American rock band, see Creed (band). For other uses, see Creed (disambiguation). Icon depicting Emperor Constantine (center) and the Fathers of the First Council of Nicaea (325) as holding the …

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  • 19 creed — creedal, credal, adj. creeded, adj. creedless, adj. creedlessness, n. /kreed/, n. 1. any system, doctrine, or formula of religious belief, as of a denomination. 2. any system or codification of belief or of opinion. 3. an authoritative,… …

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  • 20 Creed — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Creed », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Sommaire …

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