Cred"it*a*bly(-?-bl?), adv. In a creditable manner; reputably; with credit.
Cr`dit" fon`cier"(kr?d?" f?n`s??"). [F. crdit credit & foncier relating to land, landed.] A company licensed for the purpose of carrying out improvements, by means of loans and advances upon real securities.
Cr`dit" mo`bi`lier"(m?`b?`ly?"). [F. crdit credit & mobilier personal, pertaining to personal property.] A joint stock company, formed for general banking business, or for the construction of public works, by means of loans on personal estate, after the manner of the crdit foncier on real estate. In practice, however, this distinction has not been strictly observed.
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