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cre·do / ˈkrēdō; ˈkrādō/ • n. (pl. -dos) a statement of the beliefs or aims that guide someone's actions: he announced his credo in his first editorial. ∎  (Credo) a creed of the Christian Church in Latin. ∎  (Credo) a musical setting of the Nicene Creed, typically as part of a mass.

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credo creed. XII. 1st pers. pres. sg. ind. of L. crēdere believe.
So credulous ready (now overready) to believe. XVI. f. L. crēdulus; see -ULOUS. credulity †belief, credence XV; over-readiness to believe. — (O)F. — L.

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Credo

Credo (I believe). Section of the Proper of the Mass frequently set by composers. Operatically speaking, the ‘Credo’ refers to Iago's aria in Act II of Verdi's Otello in which he states his belief in a cruel god.

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credo

credo a statement of the beliefs or aims which guide someone's actions; (with capital initial) a creed of the Christian Church in Latin. The word is Latin, literally ‘I believe’.

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