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peccavi

[pe-key-vahy, -vee, -kah-vee] /pɛˈkeɪ vaɪ, -vi, -ˈkɑ vi/
noun, plural peccavis.
1.
a confession of guilt or sin.
Origin
1500-1510
1500-10; < Latin: literally, I have sinned, perfect 1st person singular of peccāre to go wrong
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peccavi

/pɛˈkɑːviː/
noun (pl) -vis
1.
a confession of guilt
Word Origin
C16: from Latin, literally: I have sinned, from peccāre
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Word Origin and History for peccavi
v.

1550s, Latin, literally "I have sinned;" past tense of peccare "to sin" (see peccadillo). Related: peccavimus "we have sinned;" peccavit "he has sinned."

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