[ih-bee-dem; English ib-i-duh m, ih-bahy-duh m, ih-bee-]

adverb Latin.

in the same book, chapter, page, etc.

Origin of ibidem

literally, in the aforementioned place
Can be confusedibid. ibidem idem op. cit.
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Examples from the Web for ibidem

Historical Examples of ibidem

  • 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).

    Robin Tremayne

    Emily Sarah Holt

  • (ibidem) Rose is by many of his contemporaries called Ross or Rosse, but he appears to have spelt his own name Rose.

    Robin Tremayne

    Emily Sarah Holt

  • In denariis solutis pro iisdem oblacionibus reassumptis pro annulis medicinalibus inde faciendis, ibidem, eodem die xxv.

    Finger-Ring Lore

    William Jones