Similitude meaning

sĭ-mĭlĭ-to͝od, -tyo͝od
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Similarity; resemblance.
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(archaic) A simile, allegory, or parable.
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A person or thing resembling another; counterpart; facsimile.
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The form or likeness (of some person or thing)
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(uncountable) Similarity or resemblance to something else.
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(countable) A way in which two people or things share similitude.
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(countable) Someone or something that closely resembles another; a duplicate or twin.
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(archaic) One that closely resembles another.
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Similarity; likeness; resemblance.
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Origin of similitude

  • Middle English from Old French from Latin similitūdō from similis like similar

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French similitude.

    From Wiktionary