Definitions for testimony
ˈtɛs təˌmoʊ ni; esp. Brit. -mə nites·ti·mo·ny
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word testimony.
a solemn statement made under oath
an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact
"according to his own testimony he can't do it"
something that serves as evidence
"his effort was testimony to his devotion"
statements made by a witness in court.
An account of first-hand experience.
In a church service, a personal account, such as of one's conversion.
Etymology: From testimonium, from testis; see test.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: testimonium, Latin.
The proof of every thing must be by the testimony of such as the parties produce. Edmund Spenser.
If I bring you sufficient testimony, my ten thousand ducats are mine. William Shakespeare, Cymbeline.
I could not answer it to the world, if I gave not your lordship my testimony of being the best husband. Dryden.
I must bear this testimony to Otway’s memory, that the passions are truly touched in his Venice Preserved. Dryden.
By his prescript a sanctuary is fram’d,
An ark and in the ark his testimony;
The records of his covenant. John Milton.
Thou for the testimony of truth hast born
Universal reproach. John Milton.
To witness. A word not used.
Let him be but testimonied in his own bringings forth, and he shall appear a scholar, a statesman, and a soldier. William Shakespeare.
a solemn declaration or affirmation made for the purpose of establishing or proving some fact
affirmation; declaration; as, these doctrines are supported by the uniform testimony of the fathers; the belief of past facts must depend on the evidence of human testimony, or the testimony of historians
open attestation; profession
witness; evidence; proof of some fact
the two tables of the law
hence, the whole divine revelation; the sacre/ Scriptures
to witness; to attest; to prove by testimony
In law and in religion, testimony is a solemn attestation as to the truth of a matter.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tes′ti-mō-ni, n. evidence: declaration to prove some fact: proof: (B.) the two tables of the law: the whole divine revelation.—v.t. (Shak.) to witness.—adj. Testimō′nial, containing testimony.—n. a writing or certificate bearing testimony to one's character or abilities: a sum of money raised by subscription and presented in any form to a person as a token of respect.—v.t. Testimō′nialise, to present with a testimonial. [L. testimonium—testāri, to witness.]
The numerical value of testimony in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of testimony in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Last week, in my testimony to the Board of Elections, I recommended that the Board of Elections and I co-chair a diverse statewide task force that can help broker solutions ensuring we do not unintentionally disenfranchise any portion of our electorate, my office will work proactively and collaboratively with the Board of Elections and local boards of canvassers to hold a fair and secure election on June 2.
It's no coincidence that this ruling came down on the same day the [Ohio] House heard testimony for a bill that would use taxpayer dollars to implement a costly, anti-abortion miseducation campaign in schools and the likely Senate committee vote for the dangerous six-week abortion ban -- a bill that Governor DeWine has promised to sign, it's clear that this is a concerted effort to block Ohioans' from accessing to the full range of reproductive health care, including safe and legal abortion.
No one is looking at whether the accusations made are corroborated. Every single bit of evidence and facts that we have seen in this moment have supported Judge Kavanaugh's case, certainly the testimony by Blasey Ford was compelling, but you can't make this decision based on emotion.
I don't know who said them and what context in which they were said -- and that matters, but if you look at the black letter of the quotes, those are very threatening words. There is probable cause to believe those words were intended to influence the testimony of a witness. Whether they were chargeable witness tampering, that depends on the context.
[Doctors Without Borders] has no laboratory evidence to confirm the cause of these symptoms, however, the patients’ clinical symptoms, the way these symptoms changed over time, and the patients’ testimony about the circumstances of the poisoning all point to exposure to a chemical agent.
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- δήλωση, κατάθεση, μαρτυρίαGreek
- شهادت, گواهیPersian
- todistus, todistajanlausuntoFinnish
- témoignage, témoinFrench
- fianaisScottish Gaelic
- վկայություն, ցուցմունքArmenian
- depoziție, depoziție scrisă, declarațieRomanian
- показание, свидетельствоRussian
- výpoveď, svedectvoSlovak
- tanıklık, şahitlikTurkish
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