(Latin: believe, belief; trust, faith, true)
Motto of Salmon P. Chase College of Law of Northtern Kentucky University, Covington, Kentucky, USA.
2. Strict conformity to truth or fact.
3. Faithfulness to a sexual partner; especially, a husband or wife.
4. The degree to which a sound or picture reproduced or transmitted by any device resembles the original; especially, in high fidelity.
A person’s loyalty is determined by observing what one stands for, falls for, and lies for.
Motto of St. Gregory's College, Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA.
2. Regarded or used as a standard of reference, as in surveying.
2. Of or pertaining to a trustee; pertaining to or of the nature of a trusteeship; held in trust.
3. Relating to or depending on confidence in a government for the value of fiat money (paper money decreed to be legal tender, not backed by gold or silver and not necessarily redeemable in coin).
Motto of Leys School, Cambridge, U.K.
Motto of Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, USA.
Motto of the Order of St. George, Bavaria, Germany.
2. A disbeliever in religion or divine revelation generally; especially one in a Christian country who professedly rejects or denies the divine origin and authority of Christianity; a professed unbeliever.
3. In Muslim use: a person who does not accept the Islamic faith; kaffir. Heard more often in the news as spoken by Muslims and applied even to Christians.
4. A person who has no religious beliefs; an unbeliever.
5. Loosely, anyone who disbelieves or doubts a particular theory, belief, creed, etc.; a skeptic.
Trust in Allah, but tie your camel.
infidel: In New York, one who does not believe in the Christian religion; in Constantinople, one who does.
Eighty percent of married men cheat in America. The rest cheat in Europe.
Heav'n has no rage, like love to hatred turn'd,
Nor Hell a fury like a woman scorn’d.
Motto on the seal of the State of West Virginaia, USA.
Motto of Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, USA.