[ de-fee-de; English dee-fi-dee ]
/ dɛˈfi dɛ; English diˈfɪ di /
of the faith: a phrase used in the Roman Catholic Church to qualify certain teachings as being divinely revealed, belief in them therefore being obligatory.
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/ Latin (diː ˈfaɪdɪ) /
RC Church (of a doctrine) belonging to the essentials of the faith, esp by virtue of a papal ruling
Word Origin for de fide
literally: from faith
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