faith

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} inanç

Tom bir inanç şifacısı. - Tom is a faith healer.

O bir inanç insanıdır. - He is a man of faith.

güven

Çeviri bir kadın gibidir. Güzelse güvenilir değildir. Güvenilirse kesinlikle güzel değildir. - Translation is like a woman. If it is beautiful, it is not faithful. If it is faithful, it is most certainly not beautiful.

Kendine daha çok güvenin olmalı. - You should have more faith in yourself.

iman

Allah'a imanın varsa, tüm beş duyunu kontrol edip huzurlu bir uzun yaşam sürebilirsin. - If you have faith in God,You can control all five senses and live a peaceful longlife

Bir dua, iman olmadan işe yaramaz. - A prayer without faith is useless.

vefa

Köpeklerin vefakarlığı bizi etkiler. - Dogs' faithfulness impresses us.

inan

İnanç her şeyi mümkün kılar....aşk her şeyi kolaylaştırır. - Faith makes all things possible.... love makes all things easy.

Diğer bir deyişle, o bir inanç adamı. - In other words, he is a man of faith.

(Politika, Siyaset) inanma
hıyanet
din

O, dinozorun sadık minyatürüne baktı. - He stared at the faithful miniature of the dinosaur.

Dinsel inancımı yitirdim. - I've lost my religious faith.

şeref sözü
bağlılık
sadakat

Tom görevlerini sadakatle gerçekleştirdi. - Tom performed his duties faithfully.

Ülkeme sadakatle hizmet edeceğim. - I will serve my country faithfully.

itikat
söz

Sözüne sadık olmalısın. - You must be faithful to your word.

güçlü inanç
güvenç
bad faith kötü niyet
{i} vâât
faith healer itikatla hastalığı iyi ettiğini iddia eden kimse
{i} niyet
Allaha iman
faith cure itikatla şifa bulma
{i} güven, itimat
faith in God Tanrıya inanış
{i} sadakât

Tom görevlerini sadakatle gerçekleştirdi. - Tom performed his duties faithfully.

Sen sadakatı nasıl tanımlardın? - How would you define faithfulness?

itikad
imanı
faithful
sadık

Köpek sadık bir hayvandır. - A dog is a faithful animal.

Bir köpek sadık bir hayvandır, bu yüzden insan dostu olduğu söylenir. - A dog is a faithful animal, so it is said to be a friend of man.

faithful
{s} vefalı
faithfulness
sadakat

Sadakat bir erdemdir. - Faithfulness is a virtue.

Sen sadakatı nasıl tanımlardın? - How would you define faithfulness?

faithfulness
sadakât

Sen sadakatı nasıl tanımlardın? - How would you define faithfulness?

Sadakat bir erdemdir. - Faithfulness is a virtue.

faithful
bağlı
faith-based
İnanç temelli
faith and trust in allah
inanç ve güven allah in
faith less
inanç daha az
faith-based
İnanç kökenli
faith-based
güvene dayalı
faith cure
telkinle tedavi
faith cure
imanla tedavi
faith healer
imanla tedavi eden kimse
faith healer
telkinle tedavi eden kimse
faith healing
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) inançla iyileşme
faith healing
telkinle tedavi

Telkinle tedavi işe yarar mı? - Does faith healing work?

faithful
imanlı
faithful
vefakâr

Köpeklerin vefakarlığı bizi etkiler. - Dogs' faithfulness impresses us.

lose faith in someone
Birine karşı inancını yitirmek
faithfully
dürüstçe
faithfully
doğrulukla
blind faith
kör inanç
breach of faith
(Konuşma Dili) sözünden dönme
faithful
dindar
faithful
güvenilir

Çeviri bir kadın gibidir. Güzelse güvenilir değildir. Güvenilirse kesinlikle güzel değildir. - Translation is like a woman. If it is beautiful, it is not faithful. If it is faithful, it is most certainly not beautiful.

faithful
dinine bağlı
faithful
dinibütün
faithfully
inanarak
faithfully
müridane
faithfully
orijinaline sadık kalarak
faithfully
güvenilir bir biçimde
faithfully
imanla
faithfully
mümince
faithfully
tam olarak
faithless
dinsiz
lose faith in something
Birşeye olan inancını yitirmek
pin one's faith on
(deyim) ümit bağlamak
principle of good faith
(Kanun) hüsnüniyet prensibi
religious faith
akide
warrior for the faith
gazi
faithful
iman sahibi
faithful
doğru
breach of faith
güveni kötüye kullanma
faithful
inançlı
faithful
yanlışsız
faithful
aslına uygun
faithfully
sadakatle

Ülkeme sadakatle hizmet edeceğim. - I will serve my country faithfully.

Tom görevlerini sadakatle gerçekleştirdi. - Tom performed his duties faithfully.

faithfully
içtenlikle
faithless
imansız
faithless
hain
faithless
inançsız
faithless
vefasız
faithless
sadakatsiz
faithlessness
vefasızlık
faithlessness
güvensizlik
faithlessness
sadakatsızlık
faithlessness
imansızlık
good faith
iyi niyet
plight of faith
bağlılık sözü
article of faith
inanç makale
articles of faith
din ve iman şartları
break faith
kırılmak iman
by my faith; in truth; verily
inancımı tarafından, gerçekte; sahiden
enduring faith, strong faith
kalıcı inanç, güçlü inanç
faithlessness
sadakatsizlik
faithlessness
inançsızlığını
faiths
inançlar
give so.'s faith
vermek o kadar. 'inanç s
good faith disagreement
iyi niyet anlaşmazlığı
have faith
inançlı
i faith
i iman
in faith whereof
işbu belgenin kanıtı olarak
islamic testimony of faith
Kelime-i şahadet
keep faith
inancına bağlı kalmak
keep so.'s faith
devam ediyorum. 'inanç s
keeping faith
inanç tutmak
lacking faith
inançsızlığı
leap of faith
1. Birine veya bir şeye, gözleme ve deneye dayanan bir kanıt olmamasına rağmen inanma. 2. Hristiyanlıkta Adem aleyhisselam'ın günah işlemesi
leap of faith
inanç sıçrama
lose faith
inancını kaybetmek
multi faith
çok inançlı
on faith
niyetli
principles of the jewish faith
Yahudi inanç esasları
religious faith
dini inanç
to break faith to somebody
birisine inanç kırmak
abandon someone to one's faith
kaderine terk etmek
breach of faith
sadakâtin bozulması
break faith
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- imanını bomak 2- sözünü tutmamak , sözünde durmamak
break one's faith
sözünde durmamak
extinction of good faith
(Kanun) ayni hakkın sukutu
faithful
{s} güven veren
faithful
{s} mümin
faithful
iman
faithful
{s} içten
faithful
itimada şayan
faithful
bir dine iman etmiş olanların tümü
faithful
faithful to his word sözüne sadık
faithful
sadakat

Tom görevlerini sadakatle gerçekleştirdi. - Tom performed his duties faithfully.

Ülkeme sadakatle hizmet edeceğim. - I will serve my country faithfully.

faithful
güvenilir/mümin/
faithful
faithfully sadakatle
faithful
imanla
faithful
the faithful müminler
faithful
{s} dürüst
faithful
muhlis
faithfully
bağlılıkla
faithfully
şiddetle
faithfully
kati olarak
faithfully
samimi olarak
faithfully
inançla
faithfully
tam olarak/sadakatla
faithfulness
{i} güvenilirlik
faithfulness
{i} inanç
faithfulness
iman
faithfulness
{i} dürüstlük
faithfulness
{i} tamlık
faithfulness
bağlılık
faithfulness
{i} doğruluk
faithfulness
{i} içtenlik
faithfulness
vefakârlık
faithless
kâfir
faithless
faithlessly sadakatsiz bir şekilde
faithless
inanmayan
faithless
faithlessness güvensizlik
faithless
{s} namussuz
faithless
{s} hilekâr
faithless
imansız bir şekilde
faithless
{s} vefasız, sadık olmayan, sadakatsiz
faithless
{s} güvenilmez
faithless
imansızlık
faithless
kararsız
faithlessly
güvenilmez bir şekilde
freedom of thought and faith
(Kanun) din ve vicdan hürriyeti
good faith
(birine karşı beslenen) güven, itimat
good faith
niyetin ciddiliği
goods faith
sübjektif iyi niyet
in bad faith
samimiyetsizlikle
in bad faith
kötü niyetle
in good faith
samimiyetle
in good faith
iyi niyetle
in good faith
sadece birinin sözüne güvenerek
keep faith
(Fiili Deyim ) imanına , inancına , prensiplerine bağlı kalmak
keep faith with
(deyim) sadık olmak
keep one's faith
sözünü tutmak
pin one's faith on
umudunu bağlamak
pin one's faith on
güvenmek
put faith in
(Fiili Deyim ) -e güvenmek , bel bağlamak
put faith in
inanmak
put faith in
inancı olmak
put faith in
güvenmek
shake one's faith
(deyim) güvenini sarsmak
shatter one's faith
(deyim) düşüncesini değiştirmek
shatter one's faith
(deyim) ilkelerinden vazgeçmek
take s.t. on faith
kanıt olmadan bir şeye inanmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A female given name

Don't like the name, don't like it. There's no sneddum to it. Besides, it makes me think of my Aunt Jinny. She called her three girls Faith, Hope and Charity. Faith didn't believe in anything - Hope was a born pessimist - and Charity was a miser. You ought to be called Red Rose - you look like one when you're mad.

Belief and trust in the Christian God's promises revealed through Christ in the New Testament

Faith is the assured expectation of things hoped for, the evident demonstration of realities though not beheld. (Hebrews 11:1 NWT).

The observance of such an obligation

He acted in good faith to restore broken diplomatic ties after defeating the incumbent.

A religious belief system

The Christian faith has been spread by proselytizing.

Mental acceptance of and confidence in a claim as truth without evidence supporting the claim (e.g. a superstition) or disregarding all evidence to the contrary (e.g. a delusion)

I have faith in the healing power of crystals.

A trust or confidence in the intentions or abilities of a person, object, or ideal

I have faith in the goodness of my fellow man.

A feeling, conviction or belief that something is true, real, or will happen

Have faith that the criminal justice system will avenge the murder.

An obligation of loyalty or fidelity
{n} belief, fidelity, honesty, truth, promise
given name, female
a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
{i} belief in a particular thing or person; religion; trust, confidence; loyalty
If you do something in good faith, you seriously believe that what you are doing is right, honest, or legal, even though this may not be the case. This report was published in good faith but we regret any confusion which may have been caused
Genus: Belief Differentia: Accepted without reason or evidence and often in spite of evidence Link: Article
By my faith; in truth; verily
The gift of Faith is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to discern with extraordinary confidence the will & purpose of God (see 1 Corinthians 12: 9, Acts 11: 22-24, Acts 27: 21-25, Heb 11, Romans 4: 18-21)
That which is believed on any subject, whether in science, politics, or religion; especially Theol
Beliefs that cannot be proven by science or observation
loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; "keep the faith"; "they broke faith with their investors"
Faith is trust You are sitting in a chair, and have faith that it won't drop you to the floor Trust is established through experience At some point you were introduced to chairs, and learned that (except in rare occasions) they won't let you down Maybe it was scary sitting on the first chair, but then again, you'd seen others sit on it In my experience God reveals His character to us, and then asks us to trust him, to believe His words, to rely on his plans and his guidance We learn that God does not let us down, and our faith in him, or our ability to put our trust in him grows (Faith is a process, and something that moves us to action Faith is not an intellectual concept) i e I have faith that there is a god Well, you could believe that there is a god, but not actually allow that to affect your life (like many people who haven't met God yet ) Faith without actions is dead (James) This is because true faith affects our actions
complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
"Belief without evidence in what is told, by one who speaks without knowledge, of things without parallel " [DD] The classic Christian statement regarding Faith [CE] is found in the New Testament Epistle to the Hebrews [Heb 11: 1ff] [BLB]
If you keep faith with someone you have made a promise to or something you believe in, you continue to support them even when it is difficult to do so. He has made one of the most powerful American films of the year by keeping faith with his radical principles. see also article of faith, leap of faith. faith healing Ringgold Faith Thirteen Articles of Faith Thirteen Principles of Faith
loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; "keep the faith"; "they broke faith with their investors" complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
Faith is strong religious belief in a particular God. Umberto Eco's loss of his own religious faith is reflected in his novels
The assent of the mind to the statement or proposition of another, on the ground of the manifest truth of what he utters; firm and earnest belief, on probable evidence of any kind, especially in regard to important moral truth
acceptance of ideals, beliefs, etc , which are not necessarily demonstrable through experimentation or reason
A trust in the intentions or abilities of a person or object
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A religious belief or set of beliefs that are accepted without any sign of hesitation Personal loyalty and commitment are essential in order to hold a true faith
institution to express belief in a divine power; "he was raised in the Baptist religion"; "a member of his own faith contradicted him"
The Faith is the whole body of revealed Christian truth, which is accepted and believed by Christians Faith is believing and trusting For Christians it implies an acceptance of God's Word and obedience to it
To believe in absense of or despite evidence
A faith is a particular religion, for example Christianity, Buddhism, or Islam. England shifted officially from a Catholic to a Protestant faith in the 16th century
If you have faith in someone or something, you feel confident about their ability or goodness. She had placed a great deal of faith in Mr Penleigh People have lost faith in the British Parliament. = confidence
Credibility or truth
To trust, to believe A gift of God to those who respond to him An ability to believe God and to trust Him in the circumstances of life This is possible by the power of the Holy Spirit, working in unison with our will and desires orientated to God
in faith in truth; indeed
a system of religious belief of any kind; as, the Jewish or Mohammedan faith; and especially, the system of truth taught by Christ; as, the Christian faith; also, the creed or belief of a Christian society or church
"Faith" is the spiritual state associated with the inner experience of the highest of the three "heads" of keter, the riesha dlo ityada ("unknowable head")
Mental acceptance of and confidence in a claim as truth without proof supporting the claim
Mormon: (1) The belief that God exists and has given a good plan of salvation (Mormonism) (2) The power God gives Mormons whereby they can resist sin and become perfect "But he must believe the truth, obey the truth, and practice the truth, to obtain the power of God called faith" (Past Living Prophet and President Brigham Young quoted in Teachings of Presidents of the Church Brigham Young p 56) The more righteous a person is, the more power (faith) God will give him "To those who have not begun the quest of comprehension, the word faith appears to be only a synonym for a kind of belief or conviction It is a principle of power" (Sharing the Gospel Manual, p 82) Christian: The sure hope of our deliverance from death to eternal life in heaven Faith is a gift of the Holy Spirit
is the total complex of one's ideals, principles, and beliefs regarding all fundamental matters of life and the self Faith lives in our cognitions about religious teachings or doctrines These include the identity of God, the content of Sacred Scriptures which record God's revelations to humans, the explanations in creeds, doctrinal classes, sermons, commentaries to the Word, and the various attitudes and opinions we hold regarding God, death, the Commandments, abortion, crime, altruism, war, and anything relating to religion, church, sacraments, education, customs
Belief; the assent of the mind to the truth of what is declared by another, resting solely and implicitly on his authority and veracity; reliance on testimony
Fidelity to one's promises, or allegiance to duty, or to a person honored and beloved; loyalty
to place ones trust and confidence in something or someone When God wanted to find out how much Abraham trusted Him, He asked Abraham to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac Today people show their faith or absolute trust in God by believing what He has said in His Word, the Bible When they do, they accept Him as Lord of their lives In the book of Hebrews, God lists men and women who lived by faith Ephesians 2: 8
a rational attitude towards a potential object of knowledge which arises when we are subjectively certain it is true even though we are unable to gain theo訃etical or objective certainty By contrast, knowledge implies objective and subjective certainty, while opinion is the state of having neither objective nor subjective certainty Kant encouraged a more humble approach to philoso計hy by claiming to deny knowledge in order to make room for faith-i e , by dis限tinguishing between what we can know empirically and what is transcen苓ent, which we can approach only by means of faith
a religion, or any of the recognized communities of religious belief
Word or honor pledged; promise given; fidelity; as, he violated his faith
The ability to discern with extraordinary confidence the will and purpose of God, and to propel the body of believers into actively claiming the promises of the Lord Acts 11: 22-24, Romans 4: 18-21, I Corinthians 12: 9, Hebrews 11
From the Hebrew aman, be firm, true; and Latin fides, trust, confidence 1 In the Hebrew scriptures, God was always true to his people and was called the Faithful One In the Christian writings, faith was the way people let go of self-interest and believed in Jesus and his teachings, and then remained faithful to them Faith is a gift from God that allows people to believe and trust in his love and protection 2 A system of religious belief: the Jewish faith, the Christian faith etc
(pistis) being reliable, honoring comittments To have faith in God is to live and act on the basis of the supposition that God is trustworthy Not a feeling, but actions
A system of religious belief
n a) belief and trust in and loyalty to God; belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion b) firm belief in something for which there is no proof; complete trust
The unquestioning belief in God and in testimony
n 1 For Mennonites, the belief in the sovereignty of God over Creation, the redemptive love of his son Jesus Christ, and the present power of the Holy Spirit 2 What Mennonites consider the key requirement for salvation See also works
Belief and trust in the Christian Gods promises revealed through Christ in the New Testament
Aceptance of ideals, beliefs, etc , which are not necessarily demonstrable through experimentation or reason
A feeling or belief, that something is true, real, or will happen
Belief that does not require proof or evidence Complete reliance or trust System of religious beliefs
If you break faith with someone you made a promise to or something you believed in, you stop acting in a way that supports them. If we don't, we're breaking faith with our people!
complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust"
The belief in the facts and truth of the Scriptures, with a practical love of them; especially, that confiding and affectionate belief in the person and work of Christ, which affects the character and life, and makes a man a true Christian, called a practical, evangelical, or saving faith
The belief in the historic truthfulness of the Scripture narrative, and the supernatural origin of its teachings, sometimes called historical and speculative faith
fey
faith healer
One who heals via spiritual means
faith will move mountains
Belief in oneself (read sometimes as belief in God) can help one overcome any hurdle in life's path
faith-based
based on religious faith

a self-confidence which stems from faith in the Buddha and His power. By this faith-based confidence they cure themselves. (1982).

faith-based
of civic associations connected with religious groups, specifically of such organizations sponsored by government funds

You are requesting a $2,100,000 increase for a Faith Based and Community Initiatives, for a total of $37,432,000 . What distinguishes these projects from faith-based initiatives of the Employment and Training Administration? (1988).

faith-healer
Alternative spelling of faith healer
Faith Inc.
{i} Japanese company and developer of technologies that enable the downloading and replaying of sounds and music on mobile devices
Faith No More
famous American rock and roll band
Faith Ringgold
born Oct. 8, 1930, New York, N.Y., U.S. U.S. artist, author, and political activist. She began teaching art in New York's public schools in the 1950s. In 1963 she began her "American People" series of paintings, which dealt with the civil-rights movement from a female perspective. In the 1970s she became active in promoting feminist art and the racial integration of the New York art world. Her famous "story quilts," inspired by Tibetan tankas, depict stories set in the context of African American history. She adapted one of her quilts, Tar Beach, as a children's book and went on to publish other books for children
faith community
a group of people who share a particular set of religious beliefs
faith healer
person who heals the sick through prayer and faith
faith healer
A faith healer is someone who believes they can treat and heal sick people using prayer or supernatural powers. One who treats disease with prayer.faith healing n
faith healing
Faith healing is the treatment of a sick person by someone who believes that they are able to heal people through prayer or a supernatural power. a method of treating illnesses by praying healer. Curing of an illness or disability by recourse to divine power, without the use of traditional medicine. A healer such as a clergy member or an inspired layperson may act as intermediary. Certain places, such as the grotto at Lourdes, France, are believed to effect cures among believers. In ancient Greece, temples honoring the god of medicine, Asclepius, were built near springs with healing waters. In Christianity, support for faith healing is based on the miraculous cures wrought by Jesus during his ministry. Christian Science is noted for faith healing, and it is also practiced in a more dramatic way in Pentecostalism through such customs as the laying on of hands
faith healing
healing obtained through faith
faith healing
care provided through prayer and faith in God
faith healing
Healing that is associated with prayer or belief in a Divine Power 7
faith healing
To know that you and others can heal yourselves by simply believing it
faith healing
(spiritual healing): 1 Any method wherein one makes an appeal to God or a spirit to participate in healing others, typically a combination of intercessory prayer, meditation, and utilization of faith in God 2 An ill-defined group of methods that encompasses absent healing, Christian Science, the laying on of hands, mesmerism, and shamanism
faith healing
Healing that is associated with prayer or belief in Divine power
Attic faith
inviolable faith
article of faith
A thing that is believed as a matter of faith
articles of faith
plural form of article of faith
bad faith
The existentialist concept of denying one's total freedom of will
bad faith
A malicious motive by a party in a lawsuit. This has an effect on the ability to maintain causes of action and obtain legal remedies
bad faith
Intent to deceive or mislead another to gain some advantage; dishonesty or fraud in a transaction (such as knowingly misrepresenting the quality of something that is being bought or sold)
bad-faith
Attributive form of bad faith

bad-faith claim.

faithful
engaging in sexual relations only with one's spouse or long-term sexual partner

They had been faithful to each other all of their married life.

faithful
reliable; worthy of trust

My servant is very faithful.

faithful
The practicing members of a religion or followers of a cause

The faithful pray five times a day.

faithful
having faith

Some people are faithful to their god.

faithfully
A conventional formula for ending a letter, used when the salutation addresses the person for whom the letter is intended using an honorific
faithfully
In a faithful manner

I have been faithfully married for the past twenty years.

faithless
Unfaithful; not of true fidelity; inconstant, as a husband or a wife

Menelaus, who fought to recover his faithless wife, has clearly rooted himself in Sparta for the remainder of his life.

faithless
Not believing in God, religion, or a comparable ideology
faithless
Serving to disappoint or deceive; delusive; unsatisfying
faithless
Lacking faith; lacking belief in something

You're so faithless about pills, he said, that I'm not going to give you any..

faithless
Not true to allegiance, duty, or vows; perfidious; treacherous; disloyal
faithless
Not observant of promises or covenants
good faith
Presuming that all parties to a discussion are honest and intend to act in a fair and appropriate manner

Good faith bargaining.

good faith
Having or done with good, honest intentions; well-intentioned

A good faith attempt.

good faith
Good, honest intentions, even if producing unfortunate results

Although this behavior may look suspicious, we should assume good faith.

keep faith
to continue to have confidence in someone or something, and to support them or it
keep faith
to retain one's faith
leap of faith
The act of believing in something, despite lack of proof of its truth or existence
leap-of-faith
Attributive form of leap of faith, noun
take on faith
To accept something without seeing evidence supporting it, by trust or confidence

Their own parents, for example, will be able to regale them with tales about how they simply took it on faith that democracy was the best possible form of government, and this blinded them from even considering the possibility that Washington was full of idiots and crooks.

word of faith
A teaching among Pentecostal and charismatic Christians that good health and long life are promised to those who follow God's will. By extension, those who die early have wronged God in some way
leap of faith
If you take a leap of faith, you do something even though you are not sure it is right or will succeed. Take a leap of faith and trust them
faithful
{a} firm to the truth, trusty, loyal
faithfully
{a} honestly, sincerely, truly, steadily
faithfulness
{n} honesty, sincerity, loyality, truth
faithless
{a} unbelieving, false, base, vile, disloyal
faithlessness
{n} honesty, sincerity, loyalty, truth
have faith
Have faith!: If you tell someone to have faith, you are encouraging them to stay confident:

Have faith! It'll be all right in the end.

leap of faith
A leap of faith, in its most commonly used meaning, is the act of believing in or accepting something intangible or unprovable, or without empirical evidence. It is an act commonly associated with religious belief as many religions consider faith to be an essential element of piety, as well as scientists who take a great leap of faith when a new Idea is thought of, as well as the believing in the unprovable and the theoretical
Baha'i Faith
a religion based on the belief that people should be peaceful and kind, and should accept the fact that other people belong to different races or religions
Defender of the Faith
a title used by British kings and queens since Henry VIII, who was given it by Pope Leo X in 1521 because he wrote a paper attacking the ideas of Martin Luther
Thirteen Articles of Faith
or Thirteen Principles of Faith Summary of the basic tenets of Judaism. It was formulated by Moses Maimonides in his commentary on the Mishna, in an effort to put forth true concepts of God and faith as a tool in avoiding error. Though presented as dogma, his statement was a personal concept and has been much debated and revised. The articles state various doctrines concerning the nature of God, the law, and Moses, and they affirm that the messiah is coming and that the dead will rise. All versions include the hymn "Yigdal," which is part of most Jewish prayer services
article of faith
(Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided
article of faith
If something is an article of faith for a person or group, they believe in it totally. For Republicans it is almost an article of faith that this tax should be cut. A very basic belief not to be doubted
article of faith
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
bad faith
bad intention, malicious intent
blind faith
unquestioning belief, belief that does not need a reason
breach of faith
breaking of someone's trust and confidence
break faith
violate trust, violate confidence
defender of the faith
a title that Leo X bestowed on Henry VIII and later withdrew; parliament restored the title and it has been used by English sovereigns ever since
deny one's faith
say that one no longer believes that one's religion is true, leave one's religion
faithful
Someone who is faithful to a person, organization, idea, or activity remains firm in their belief in them or support for them. She had been faithful to her promise to guard this secret Older Americans are among this country's most faithful voters. The faithful are people who are faithful to someone or something. He spends his time making speeches at factories or gatherings of the Party faithful. + faithfully faith·ful·ly He has since 1965 faithfully followed and supported every twist and turn of government policy
faithful
loyal; adhering firmly to person or cause
faithful
not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend; "he remained faithful to his wife"
faithful
Worthy of confidence and belief; conformable to truth ot fact; exact; accurate; as, a faithful narrative or representation
faithful
consistent with reality
faithful
not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend; "he remained faithful to his wife
faithful
{s} loyal, devoted; accurate; true to the source, credible
faithful
steadfast in affection or allegiance; "years of faithful service"; "faithful employees"; "we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor"
faithful
marked by fidelity to an original; "a close translation"; "a faithful copy of the portrait"; "a faithful rendering of the observed facts"
faithful
Full of faith, or having faith; disposed to believe, especially in the declarations and promises of God
faithful
any loyal and steadfast following
faithful
a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
faithful
A faithful account, translation, or copy of something represents or reproduces the original accurately. Colin Welland's screenplay is faithful to the novel. + faithfully faith·ful·ly When I adapt something I translate from one meaning to another as faithfully as I can
faithful
any loyal and steadfast following steadfast in affection or allegiance; "years of faithful service"; "faithful employees"; "we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor"
faithful
True and constant in affection or allegiance to a person to whom one is bound by a vow, by ties of love, gratitude, or honor, as to a husband, a prince, a friend; firm in the observance of duty; loyal; of true fidelity; as, a faithful husband or servant
faithful
{i} loyal believers, loyal religious followers
faithful
Firm in adherence to promises, oaths, contracts, treaties, or other engagements
faithful
Someone who is faithful to their husband, wife, or lover does not have a sexual relationship with anyone else. She insisted that she had remained faithful to her husband unfaithful
faithfully
in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio
faithfully
loyally; devotedly; accurately; credibly; truly
faithfully
When you start a formal or business letter with `Dear Sir' or `Dear Madam', you write Yours faithfully before your signature at the end. see also faithful
faithfully
in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio"
faithfulness
{i} loyalty, devotion; trustworthiness; factualness
faithfulness
the quality of being faithful
faithfulness
The state of being faithful; allegiance; loyalty; fidelity
faithless
Not true to allegiance, duty, or vows; perfidious; trecherous; disloyal; not of true fidelity; inconstant, as a husband or a wife
faithless
{s} lacking faith; unbelieving; unreliable; disloyal, unfaithful
faithless
Not believing; not giving credit
faithless
If you say that someone is faithless, you mean that they are disloyal or dishonest. She decided to divorce her increasingly faithless and unreliable husband. someone who is faithless cannot be trusted
faithless
deliberately and abominably disloyal or likely to betray trust or confidence; "the faithless Benedict Arnold"; "a lying traitorous insurrectionist
faithless
Not believing on God or religion; specifically, not believing in the Christian religion
faithless
deliberately and abominably disloyal or likely to betray trust or confidence; "the faithless Benedict Arnold"; "a lying traitorous insurrectionist"
faithlessly
In a faithless manner
faithlessly
in a disloyal and faithless manner; "he behaved treacherously"; "his wife played him false
faithlessly
in a disloyal and faithless manner; "he behaved treacherously"; "his wife played him false"
faithlessly
disloyally
faithlessly
without faith, unbelievingly; falsely; unreliably; in a disloyal manner
faithlessness
The quality of being faithless
faithlessness
{i} unreliability; disloyalty; lack of faith; untrustworthiness
faithlessness
unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous
faiths
plural of faith
firm faith
enduring faith, strong faith
good faith
having honest intentions; "he acted in good faith"; "doubt was expressed as to the good faith of the immigrants
good faith
An act performed on the basis of trust and with no intent to misrepresent or defraud
good faith
having honest intentions; "he acted in good faith"; "doubt was expressed as to the good faith of the immigrants"
good faith
Something done with good intentions, without knowledge of fraudulent circumstances, or reason to inquire further
good faith
Most ordinary contracts are good faith contracts Insurance contracts are agreements made in the utmost good faith This implies a standard of honesty greater than that usually required in most ordinary commercial contracts top
good faith
An honest intention to refrain from taking any conscious advantage of another
good faith
Honest and genuine effort to satisfy an obligation
good faith
Reasonable and fair dealing with others
good faith
A term to describe a party's legitimate and honest efforts to meet her obligations in a given situation
good faith
an act done honestly
good faith
Compliance with standards of decency and honesty: bargained in good faith. when a person, country etc intends to be honest and sincere and does not intend to deceive anyone in good faith
good faith
A legal standard implying honesty in the conduct or transaction at issue, honesty of intention, or freedom from an intention to defraud, depending on the circumstances
good faith
a properly intentioned deed that is free from improper motive
good faith
– the standard used to determine if a reporter has a reason to "suspect" that child abuse or neglect has occurred In general, good faith applies if any reasonable person, given the same information, would draw a conclusion that a child "may" have been abused or neglected
good faith
An attempt to resolve a dispute regarding a violation of the Association Bylaws and Rules by written communication, before filing a compliance case
good faith
Something done with good intentions, without knowledge or fraudulent circumstances, or reason to inquire further Example, a good faith estimate given by a lender
good faith
A basic principle of insurance The Assured and his broker must disclose and truly represent every material circumstance to the Underwriter before acceptance of the risk A breach of good faith entitles the Underwriter to avoid the contract (Proposed changes in law may affect this definition - also see "Utmost Good Faith" )
good faith
having no intention to seek an unfair advantage or to defraud another party; making an honest and sincere effort to fulfill obligations
good faith
honest intention, good intention
good faith
The words good faith may have other meanings under the law and legislation, but for policy purposes essentially good faith means the mutual obligations of you and the Insurers to conduct affairs affecting the policy including claims in a fair and reasonable manner In particular for you to ensure that the Insurers are, before they agree to cover you, accurately informed of all the circumstances affecting you and the risk(s) you wish them to take and are not misled in relation to those risks and the nature of the financial obligations they are undertaking to you by reason of the acceptance of the insurance with them
good faith
An honest belief; the absence of malice and the absence of design to defraud
good faith
Honest effort and intention
good faith
An act that is done honestly
good faith
1 Total absence of intention to seek unfair advantage or to defraud another party; an honest intention to fulfill one's obligations; observance of reasonable standards of fair dealing In property law, a good faith purchaser of land pays value for land and has no knowledge or notice of any facts that would cause an ordinary prudent person to make inquiry concerning the validity of the conveyance
good faith
The presumption that a certificate is valid
good faith
Bona fide An act is done in good faith if it is in fact done honestly, whether it be done negligently or not
good faith bargaining
honesty in the stage that precedes the signing of a contract
good faith purchaser
one who buys in trust or ignorance, one who purchases something without knowing that is has already been sold to another
had faith in him
trusted him
i faith
In faith; indeed; truly
in faith
with belief, with conviction, in confidence, in trust, with reliance
in good faith
trustingly, innocently
keep faith
keep one's promise
lack of faith
disbelief, absence of faith
lacking faith
has no faith
multi-faith
including or involving people from several different religious groups
on faith
with trust and confidence; "we accepted him on faith"
on faith
with trust and confidence; "we accepted him on faith
principles of the Jewish faith
13 basic principles of Judaism that were developed by the Rambam
sealed his faith
determined his own future, set his own fate
shake one's faith
change one's beliefs
the Jewish faith
Jewish religion and ideology
utmost good faith
complete good faith, total honesty and good intentions
violate faith
betray confidence, betray trust
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inan olmaz. You can't have any faith
in (someone, something): Mücteba'nın laflarına inan olmaz. You can't have any faith in what Mücteba says
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