certes

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From Middle English, from Old French, from Latin certus (certain).

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certes (not comparable)

  1. (archaic) indeed; certainly.
    • Herman Melville, Omoo
      This was very unpleasant, at least to myself; though, certes, it did not prey upon the minds of the others.

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certes

  1. indeed, admittedly, fair enough, certainly, surely, absolutely, decidedly, definitively

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certes f pl

  1. feminine plural of cert

Latin[edit]

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certēs

  1. second-person singular present active subjunctive of certō

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Borrowing from Old French certes

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certes

  1. certainly
  2. indeed; of course

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certes

  1. of course; indeed

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