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ibidem

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

adverb

, Latin.
  1. in the same book, chapter, page, etc.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of ibidem1

Literally, “in the aforementioned place”

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Example Sentences

Mulier ibidem statim tres alios libros exussit; atque id ipsum denuo placide rogat, ut tres reliquos eodem illo pretio emat.

Item ibidem dimidiam hidam de Cormell' quam Gilebertus tenet.

Ibidem Rogerus nepos Abbatis tertiam partem unius hidæ de eodem feudo.

Ni fallit fatum, Scoti quocunque locatum Invenient lapidem, regnare tenentur ibidem.

Et si dominus voluerit, ibidem possunt habere extranei bestias pro denariis.

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