Certes



certainly; in truth.
adverb
(archaic) with certainty; truly
adv.

mid-13c., from Old French certes, from Vulgar Latin certas, from Latin certe, adverb from certus (see certain).

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  • Certif.

    certificate. certificated. certificate certificated

  • Certifiable

    capable of being certified. legally committable to a mental institution. Sometimes Facetious. fit or ready for an insane asylum. uncontrollable; insane: a certifiable desire. adjective capable of being certified fit to be certified as insane adj. 1846, from certify + -able. Meaning “so deranged as to be certifiably insane” is recorded from 1912. certifiable cer·ti·fi·a·ble […]



  • Certifiably

    capable of being certified. legally committable to a mental institution. Sometimes Facetious. fit or ready for an insane asylum. uncontrollable; insane: a certifiable desire. adjective capable of being certified fit to be certified as insane adj. 1846, from certify + -able. Meaning “so deranged as to be certifiably insane” is recorded from 1912. certifiable cer·ti·fi·a·ble […]

  • Certificate

    a document serving as evidence or as written testimony, as of status, qualifications, privileges, or the truth of something. a document attesting to the fact that a person has completed an educational course, issued either by an institution not authorized to grant diplomas, or to a student not qualifying for a diploma. Law. a statement, […]



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