[kawr-i-jen-duh m, kor-]
noun, plural cor·ri·gen·da [kawr-i-jen-duh] /ˌkɔr ɪˈdʒɛn də/.
an error to be corrected, especially an error in print.
corrigenda, a list of corrections of errors in a book or other publication.
Origin of corrigendum
1840–50; < Latin: literally, (something) to be corrected (neuter gerund of corrigere); see correct
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Related Words for corrigendumdeception, defect, exaggeration, blunder, solecism, erratum, incorrectness, unfaithfulness, miscalculation, wrong, slip, fault, mistake, imprecision, typo, unreliability, howler
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Corrigendum, kor-i-jen′dum, n. that which requires correction:—pl.
noun plural -da (-də)
an error to be corrected
Also called: erratum (sometimes plural) a slip of paper inserted into a book after printing, listing errors and corrections
Word Origin for corrigendum
C19: from Latin: that which is to be corrected, from corrigere to correct
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1850, from Latin corrigendum (plural corrigenda) "that which is to be corrected," neuter gerundive of corrigere "to correct" (see correct (v.)).
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