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credendum

[ kri-den-duhm ]
/ krɪˈdɛn dəm /
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noun, plural cre·den·da [kri-den-duh]. /krɪˈdɛn də/.

a doctrine that requires belief; article of faith.

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Origin of credendum

<Latin, neuter of crēdendus, gerund of crēdere to believe
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British Dictionary definitions for credendum

credendum
/ (krɪˈdɛndəm) /

noun plural -da (-də)

(often plural) Christianity an article of faith

Word Origin for credendum

Latin: a thing to be believed, from crēdere to believe
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