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In Latin it means "I believe"; in English it denotes a statement of belief; what word is it?

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Answer: credo

In Latin credo means "I believe"; in English it denotes "a creed" - i.e., a statement of belief. The word credo is the first word in both the Nicene and Apostle's creed.

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