certes

[ sur-teez ]
/ ˈsɜr tiz /

adverb Archaic.

certainly; in truth.

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Origin of certes

1200–50; Middle English <Old French phrase a certes<Latin *ā certīs, literally, from sure (things); see a-4, certain
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British Dictionary definitions for certes

certes
/ (ˈsɜːtɪz) /

adverb

archaic with certainty; truly

Word Origin for certes

C13: from Old French, ultimately from Latin certus certain
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