(?), a. [L. fiducia trust, confidence; akin to fides faith. See Faith.] 1. Having faith or trust; confident; undoubting; firm. "Fiducial reliance on the promises of God." Hammond.
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2. Having the nature of a trust; fiduciary; as, fiducial power. Spelman.
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Fiducial edge (Astron. & Surv.), the straight edge of the alidade or ruler along which a straight line is to be drawn. -- Fiducial line or Fiducial point (Math. & Physics.), a line or point of reference, as for setting a graduated circle or scale used for measurments.
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