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Origin of e.g.
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH e.g.e.g. i.e.
Example sentences from the Web for e.g
Compare this form with figure 29, e-g, and the other head-variant tun signs already illustrated.
Compare this form with figure 34, e-g, where the kin head is figured.
British Dictionary definitions for e.g
eg. or eg
Word Origin for e.g.
Cultural definitions for e.g
An abbreviation meaning “for example.” It is short for the Latin exempli gratia, “for the sake of example.” A list of examples may be preceded by e.g.: “She loved exotic fruit, e.g., mangoes, passion fruit, and papayas.” (Compare i.e.)