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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
THE MEANING OF
"BONA FIDE."


Q. 1. What is the meaning of the Latin phrase "Bona Fide" that is used on occassions in Catholic writings?

A. 1. "Bona Fide" means "In good faith." The plural of "Bona Fide" is "bonis fidebus."

Using synonyms, Bona Fide also means "Well-intentioned," "fairly," "genuinely" or "sincerely." For example, if two parties make an agreement in good faith, it is said that it is a "Bona fide agreement."



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