- mal du siecle,
- mala fide,
- malabar coast,
- malabsorption syndrome,
Examples from the Web for fides
Punica fides, a phrase used by the Romans to characterize the treachery of the Carthaginians.The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers|Various
Farther, in the Fides Publica, published some months afterwards, Morus was still almost chivalrously reticent.
The matter also proceeds continuously from the point at which the Fides Publica, broke off.
Honour and sincerity (fides and simplicitas) are the qualities which he most admires in his friends.
Fides thinks the opening of a flower is a far more wonderful manifestation than the stirring up of the elements!Unveiling a Parallel|Alice Ilgenfritz Jones and Ella Marchant
Word Origin for bona fides
by 1838, English pluralization of bona fide, as though it were a noun meaning "guarantee of good faith."