Definition for DOG'MA

DOG'MA, n. [Gr. δογμα, from δοκεω, to think; L. dogma.]

A settled opinion; a principle, maxim or tenet; a doctrinal notion, particularly in matters of faith and philosophy; as, the dogmas of the church; the dogmas of Plato. Compliment my dogma, and I will compliment yours. – J. M. Mason.

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