[ih-bee-dem; English ib-i-duh m, ih-bahy-duh m, ih-bee-]
- in the same book, chapter, page, etc.
Origin of ibidem
literally, in the aforementioned place
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Ibidem antequam discederamus unum e suis suspenderunt quem machinatum esse nescio quid deprehenderant.
In a previous notice (Ibidem, p. 201) the latter is given as Henry Henshoo.A History of Horncastle
James Conway Walter
“Sir Thomas Rose, clerk, saith that he hath so preached, and will so preach” (Ibidem folio 146).
(ibidem) Rose is by many of his contemporaries called Ross or Rosse, but he appears to have spelt his own name Rose.
In denariis solutis pro iisdem oblacionibus reassumptis pro annulis medicinalibus inde faciendis, ibidem, eodem die xxv.Finger-Ring Lore