de fide

[de-fee-de; English dee-fi-dee]
of the faith: a phrase used in the Roman Catholic Church to qualify certain teachings as being divinely revealed, belief in them therefore being obligatory. Unabridged

mala fide

[mah-lah fee-de; English mey-luh fahy-dee]
in bad faith; not genuine. Unabridged
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de fide (diː ˈfaɪdɪ)
RC Church (of a doctrine) belonging to the essentials of the faith, esp by virtue of a papal ruling
[literally: from faith]

abbreviation for
Fédération Internationale des Echecs: International Chess Federation

mala fide (ˈmælə ˈfaɪdɪ)
undertaken in bad faith
[from Latin]

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