noun, plural er·ra·ta [ih-rah-tuh, ih-rey-, ih-rat-uh] /ɪˈrɑ tə, ɪˈreɪ-, ɪˈræt ə/.
Origin of erratum
Examples from the Web for erratum
An erratum, ever to be regretted, is certainly quite unexpected, on a gravestone.Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2)|A Sexton of the Old School
So, for once, M. Michelet has an erratum to enter upon the fly-leaf of his book in presentation copies.The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc|Thomas de Quincey
The erratum noted after the list of illustrations has been fixed.A Civil Servant in Burma|Herbert Thirkel White
Yet all this terrible reproach is only founded on an Erratum!Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
In this Project Gutenberg eText the erratum has been applied.The Memorials of the Hamlet of Knightsbridge|Henry George Davis
noun plural -ta (-tə)
Word Origin for erratum
"list of corrections attached to a printed book," 1580s, from Latin erratum (plural errata), neuter past participle of errare (see err).