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I can't get Perseus to cooperate and my L&S is packed up, but this term strikes me as made-up. Medellia 08:16, 22 June 2008 (UTC)
- Etymology of accreditation is via French accreditee, but accreditum, is past participle of accredo is classical Latin. Who knows what might have happened in Late or Medieval Latin?
- Delete; It's not in L&S, nor in Souter's Glossary of Later Latin, nor in Calepinus. It also does not appear in the RAE in the etymology of acreditación. A search on Google is pointless, since all the hits seem to be misspellings of accreditation (or maybe the large number of hits makes this an "alternative spelling" in English). --EncycloPetey 14:46, 24 June 2008 (UTC)
- Deleted per EP's note above. - TheDaveRoss 18:37, 31 May 2009 (UTC)