certitude








noun

  1. freedom from doubt, especially in matters of faith or opinion; certainty.

noun

  1. confidence; certainty
n.

early 15c., from Middle French certitude “certainty” (16c.), from Late Latin certitudinem (nominative certitudo) “that which is certain,” from Latin certus “sure, certain” (see certain).

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