[ ey-lee-uhn-dee ]
/ ˌeɪ liˈʌn di /
adverb, adjective Chiefly Law.
not part of or derivable from the document or instrument itself: evidence aliunde.
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Origin of aliunde
< Latin: from another person or place, equivalent to ali(us) other + unde whence
Words nearby aliunde
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Example sentences from the Web for aliunde
Ad extremam redacti inopiam, aliunde sibi victum qurere cogerentur.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
British Dictionary definitions for aliunde
/ (ˌeɪlɪˈʌndɪ) /
from a source extrinsic to the matter, document, or instrument under considerationevidence aliunde
Word Origin for aliunde
Latin: from elsewhere
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