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Borrowed from Latin tenet (it holds), from teneō (hold; have). Compare obsolete tenent.

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tenet (plural tenets)

  1. An opinion, belief, or principle that is held as absolute truth by someone or especially an organization.

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tenet

  1. third-person singular present active indicative of teneō