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fides definition

  • noun:
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of belief.
    • Faith.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of faith or fidelity, commonly represented as a matron using a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and having inside her hand ears of corn or a basket of good fresh fruit.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of faith.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of trust.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of trust.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of trust.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of trust.
    • Faith.
    • Faith.
    • Faith.
    • Faith.
    • Faith.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of faith or fidelity, generally represented as a matron using a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and having in her own hand ears of corn or a basket of good fresh fruit.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of belief or fidelity, commonly represented as a matron using a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and achieving inside her hand ears of corn or a basket of fresh fruit.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of trust or fidelity, generally represented as a matron wearing a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and having in her hand ears of corn or a basket of good fresh fruit.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of belief or fidelity, frequently represented as a matron using a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and achieving inside her hand ears of corn or a basket of good fresh fruit.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of faith or fidelity, commonly represented as a matron wearing a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and having in her hand ears of corn or a basket of fruit.
    • Faith personified as a goddess; the goddess of faith.
    • Faith.
    • In Roman mythology, the goddess of trust or fidelity, frequently represented as a matron putting on a wreath of oliveor laurel-leaves, and having in her own hand ears of corn or a basket of good fresh fruit.
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