Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Faithful; loyal.

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Examples

  • One such calendar, published in Warsaw in 1894, Di Yidisher Familien Kalendar: A Bukh fir Literatur un Gezelshaft (The Jewish family calendar: A book of literature and society, edited by Mordecai Spector), included a short story by Bas Malka (Malka-Zlate Kotik) entitled “Dos fidele” (The little fiddler).

    Yiddish: Women's Participation in Eastern European Yiddish Press (1862-1903).

  • Volum us insuper et ordinamus quod Abbas ejusdem monasterii qui pro tempore fuerit de cousensu saniorum de Conventu specialiter constituat unum monachum providum et discretum ad recipiendum ordinandum et expendendum totam summam pecunie memorate pro utilitate conventus secundum votum et intencionem mentis nostre superius annotatum et ad reddendum fidele compotum coram Abbate et Maioribus de Conventu singulis annis de pecunia sic recepta.

    The Monastery

  • A part ca, j'ai acheté mon fidele calendrier de l'avent Hello Kitty que je m'achete tous les ans.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Presentation: Ce livre est une reproduction fidele du journal tenu par le grand magicien, Septimus Agorius, dans lequel il conte les combats livres pour tuer et chasser les mauvais dragons hors du royaume, comme le lui a demande le Roi sur son lit de mort.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • La Maitresse, une fille fidele July 12, 2006 7:16 PM # | Delete

    Star crash

  • However, in matters of less importance, I desire to be de vos secrets le fidele depositaire.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • The respected academic William Anderson, in his study Dante the Maker, describes the fidele d'amore as ‘a close brotherhood devoted to achieving a harmony between the sexual and emotional side of their nature and their intellectual and mystical aspirations.’

    The Templar Revelation

  • He was also ahead of modern scholarship in that he perceived the fidele d'amore as an esoteric society, which he specifically linked to the seventeenth-century Rosicrucians.69

    The Templar Revelation

  • The poet was directly inspired by the troubadours of the South of France, and was a member of a society of poets who called themselves the fidele d'amore—‘the faithful followers of love’.

    The Templar Revelation

  • The link between Sapientia Wisdom and the imagery of the Temple of Solomon together with its associations with the Great Circle pilgrimage lead to the supposition of a connection between the fidele d'amore and the Knights Templar, even to the extent of regarding them as a lay confraternity of the order.37

    The Templar Revelation

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