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fīdūcia ae, f

fidus, trust, confidence, reliance, assurance : fides tua fiduciam commendationi meae tribuit, S.: humanis quae sit fiducia rebus, V.: cuius fiduciā provinciam spoliaret: suarum rerum, in his fortune , Cs.: salutis, assurance , L.: vitae nostrae, O.: voti, Ta.: unde tanta fiducia sui victis, L.: Tu, nostrarum fiducia rerum, prop , O.Self-confidence, boldness, courage, presumption : fiduciae pleni proficiscuntur, Cs.: hostis, L.: nimia, N.—In law, a deposit, pledge, security, pawn, mortgage : fiduciā acceptā . . . fiduciam committere alicui: iudicium fiduciae.

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