One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1with object To believe falsely or suppose erroneously that something is the case. Now rare.
2with object Not to believe; to distrust (a person); to disbelieve (a thing).
Middle English. From mis- + believe, probably after Anglo-Norman and Old French mescreire, mescrere.
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