Definition of perfidy in English:

perfidy

Syllabification: per·fi·dy
Pronunciation: /ˈpərfidē
 
/

noun

literary

Origin

late 16th century: via French from Latin perfidia, from perfidus 'treacherous', based on per- 'to ill effect' + fides 'faith'.

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