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It derives from Latin word, 'credo' means actually belief, meaning generally 'trust' confidence', for ex. 'he gave sufficient credence to Court' thus means Court trusted him, believed what he said, as true facts and truth, sufficient proof of evidence Another synonyme is 'credential' thus proof, or certified document to prove quality and qualifications of someone.

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