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Treated as plural: things to be believed; matters of faith; propositions forming or belonging to a system. Also in singular (credendum): one such thing, an article of faith.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in William Barlow. From classical Latin crēdenda things to be believed, neuter plural of crēdendus, gerundive of crēdere to believe.
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