What is another word for Dogmata?

Pronunciation: [dəɡmˈɑːtə] (IPA)

Dogmata is a word that refers to a set of principles or beliefs that are considered to be incontrovertibly true or fundamental. Some synonyms for this word include doctrines, creeds, tenets, principles, and beliefs. These words are often used interchangeably to describe a particular set of beliefs that are considered to be essential to a particular philosophy or way of life. Other similar words that could be used include ideologies, maxims, axioms, and convictions. While these words may have slightly different connotations and usages in different contexts, they all refer to the same basic idea of a set of fundamental beliefs or principles that are considered to be authoritative and unchangeable.

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What are the hypernyms for Dogmata?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Dogmata

Cochlaeus wrote that the Lutherans were slyly hiding their ungodly doctrines in order to deceive the Emperor: "astute occultari in illorum Confessione prava eorum Dogmata, de quibus ibi tacendo dissimulabant, ut in hypocrisi loquentes Maiestati Tuae aliisque principibus imponerent."
"Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church"
Friedrich Bente
When Petavius was employed in his Dogmata Theologica, a work of the most profound and extensive erudition, the great recreation of the learned father was, at the end of every second hour, to twirl his chair for five minutes.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)"
Isaac D'Israeli
Among offensive Pasquinades which have been placed here are: "Venditur hic Christus, venduntur Dogmata Petri, Descendam infernum ne quoque vendar ego."
"Walks in Rome"
Augustus J.C. Hare

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