Definition of Fidei Defensor in English:

Fidei Defensor

Line breaks: Fidei De¦fen|sor
Pronunciation: /ˌfʌɪdɪʌɪ dɪˈfɛnsɔː
 
, ˌfiːdeɪiː/

noun

Latin term for Defender of the Faith.
More example sentences
  • Fidei Defensor, literally Defender of the Faith, is an inscription which is found on most British coinage.
  • The titles of honour granted by the Pope do not seem to have caused much trouble, such titles as the English king's title Fidei Defensor.

Origin

Latin.

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