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What is 'I believe' in Latin?

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What is believe in Latin?

Credere (To believe):  Credo - I believe.  Credes - You believe.  Credet - He/she/it believes.  Credemus - We believe.  Credetis - You (plural) believe.  Credent - They

How do you say the word believer in Latin?

The term used in Christian Latin is credens, which is the present participle of the verb credere, "to believe". It means literally "believing [person]". In the plural (credent

Which Latin root means 'believe'?

The Latin root that means believe is cred. Some words that include this root are credere "believe", credit "believes",  credo "I believe", credidi "I believed", and creditum