comes from credere, the Latin verb meaning "to believe."
Mental acceptance of something as true or real; belief.
Worthy of praise.
Readiness and willingness to believe on the basis of little evidence.
(1) A statement of the basic beliefs of a religious faith. (2) A set of guiding principles or beliefs.
comes from fides, the Latin word for "faith."
A sworn statement made in writing.
(1) Lacking confidence; timid. (2) Cautious or unassertive.
(1) Having to do with a confidence or trust. (2) Held in trust for another.
Faithlessness, disloyalty, or treachery.