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  • candour (chiefly British and Canadian)

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From Latin candor (brightness, whiteness) from candeō (I shine)

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Candor

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uncountable

Candor (uncountable) Patrono:Chiefly
  1. (obsolete) whiteness; brilliance
  2. the state of being sincere and open in speech; honesty in expression
  3. Impartiality

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From candeō (shine, glitter; glow).

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candor (genitive candōris); m, third declension

  1. A dazzling or glossy whiteness; clearness, radiance, brightness.
  2. Fairness, beauty.
  3. Glow, heat.
  4. (of speech) Splendor, brilliance.
  5. (of mind or character) Frankness, openness, candor, purity.

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Number Singular Plural
nominative candor candōrēs
genitive candōris candōrum
dative candōrī candōribus
accusative candōrem candōrēs
ablative candōre candōribus
vocative candor candōrēs

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Candor m. (plural candores)

Singular
Candor m.

Plural
candores m.

  1. candor

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