certification [sur-t uh-fi- key-sh uh n, ser-tif- uh-] Word Origin Origin of certification 1400–50; late Middle English certificacio(u)n
Medieval Latin certificātiōn-
-ion Related forms non·cer·ti·fi·ca·tion, noun pre·cer·ti·fi·ca·tion, noun re·cer·ti·fi·ca·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for non-certification the act of certifying or state of being certified law a document attesting the truth of a fact or statement
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Word Origin and History for non-certification certification n.
early 15c., "notification;" mid-15c., "demonstration, proof," from Medieval Latin
certificationem (nominative certificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Late Latin certificare (see certify). Meaning "act of providing with a legal certificate" is from 1881.
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non-certification in Medicine certification (sûr′tə-fĭ-kā ′shən) The reporting to health authorities of those diseases legally required to be reported. The attainment of board certification in a specialty. The court procedure by which a patient is committed to a mental institution. Involuntary mental hospitalization.
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