English noun: faith
|1.||faith (cognition) a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny|
|Samples||He lost his faith but not his morality.|
|Synonyms||religion, religious belief|
|Broader (hypernym)||belief, supernatural virtue, theological virtue|
|Narrower (hyponym)||analogy, apophatism, Asian shamanism, Bahaism, Brahmanism, Brahminism, Buddhism, cataphatism, Christian religion, Christianity, cult, cult, cultus, doctrine of analogy, ecclesiasticism, heathenism, Hindooism, Hinduism, Hsuan Chiao, Jainism, Manichaeanism, Manichaeism, Mazdaism, Mithraicism, Mithraism, mysticism, nature worship, pagan religion, paganism, religious cult, religious mysticism, revealed religion, shamanism, shamanism, Shinto, Shintoism, Sikhism, Taoism, theism, Wicca, Zoroastrianism|
|Domain category members||affirmation, Anglican, Beelzebub, believe, brother, Calvinist, Calvinistic, Calvinistical, catechismal, celibacy, censer, chastity, Christian, clean, cloister, conforming, conformist, conformist, Congregational, Congregationalist, consecration, demythologisation, demythologization, Devil, die, discalceate, discalced, Eastern Orthodox, Episcopal, Episcopalian, formalised, formalistic, formalized, free-thinking, Greek Orthodox, habit, Hades, Hell, impure, infernal region, Jewish-Orthodox, latitudinarian, latitudinarian, Lucifer, Lutheran, meditation, Methodist, misbelieve, Mormon, netherworld, noviciate, novitiate, numen, Old Nick, Orthodox, Orthodox, orthodoxy, persecution, Prince of Darkness, Protestant, reincarnate, revivalistic, Russian Orthodox, Satan, Scheol, sexual abstention, the Tempter, thurible, toleration, traditionalism, transmigrate, unclean, underworld, undogmatic, undogmatical, Unitarian, unshod, vigil, watch, Wesleyan, worship|
|2.||faith (cognition) complete confidence in a person or plan etc|
|Samples||He cherished the faith of a good woman.|
The doctor-patient relationship is based on trust.
|3.||faith (group) an institution to express belief in a divine power|
|Samples||He was raised in the Baptist religion.|
A member of his own faith contradicted him.
|Synonyms||organized religion, religion|
|Broader (hypernym)||establishment, institution|
|Narrower (hyponym)||Buddhism, Christian church, church, Church of Scientology, cult, cult, established church, Hebraism, Hindooism, Hinduism, Jewish religion, Judaism, Khalsa, religious order, religious sect, Scientology, sect, Shinto, Taoism|
|Domain category members||canonise, canonize, confirm, covenant, deliver, exorcise, exorcize, redeem, saint, save|
|4.||faith (act) loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person|
|Samples||Keep the faith.|
They broke faith with their investors.
|Broader (hypernym)||allegiance, commitment, dedication, loyalty|