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What Does Evidence Mean?

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Evidence means: Evidence has its orgins in Latin and taken from the word _    _   _    
  evidents or orgins means 'obvious'
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Evidence is noun and can also be used as a verb. Evidence has its origin in Latin and is taken from the word ēvidēns or ēvident which means 'obvious'. Later, it was adapted by Late Latin as ēvidentia and then by the Old French and Middle English. Evidence is facts, objects or signs that something is true or exists in reality. For example: there was no evidence that the boys had been drinking. In legal context, evidence is information statements and objects that are given in a court of law to prove that someone is guilty or not guilty. For example: the defence presented some new evidence that led to the victim's release.

If someone is in evidence, he is said to be present and easily noticed. As a noun, evidence means to bring forth that something exists or is true. Affirmation, attestation, averment, clue, information, corroboration, testament, and testimonial are some of the word that could be used for evidence.

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