Definitions for certitudeˈsɜr tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

cer•ti•tudeˈsɜr tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud(n.)

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

Origin of certitude:

1375–1425; < LL certitūdō < L certi-, comb. form of certus sure (see certain )

Princeton's WordNet

  1. certitude, cocksureness, overconfidence(noun)

    total certainty or greater certainty than circumstances warrant


  1. certitude(Noun)

    sureness, certainty

    I have absolute certitude about that.

  2. certitude(Noun)

    Something that is a certainty.

    Taxes are obviously certitudes.

  3. Origin: From certitude, from certitudo, from certus

Webster Dictionary

  1. Certitude(noun)

    freedom from doubt; assurance; certainty

Anagrams of certitude

  1. rectitude

Translations for certitude

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a certainty

It's a cinch!

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