Definition of fidelity:
Common misspellings for fidelity:
- fidelty (22%)
- fideltiy (16%)
- fidality (9%)
- fidility (9%)
- fidelio (9%)
- fedelity (6%)
- fidenlity (6%)
- fideliity (6%)
- fideility (6%)
- feidelity (6%)
Fidelity \f(i)-deli-ty, fid(e)-lity\
Fidelity as a girl's name is pronounced fee-DAYL-lee-tee. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Fidelity is "loyalty". Latin form of Faith. The word is used in America for large financial institutions. The Cuban track celebrity Ana Faith Quitot was named in honor of Fidelia Castro.
- Fidessa, Fedila, Fideila, Fidela, Fidele, Fidelia, Fidelina, Fidelita, Fidella, Fidelma.
Examples of usage for fidelity:
He writes: Alcestis would be considered fortunate for having had an opportunity of displaying so conspicuously the fidelity to a wife's first and capital duty.
Quotes for fidelity:
Realism is not a matter of any fidelity to an empirical reality, but of the discursive conventions by which and for which a sense of reality is constructed. - John Fiske