[ lit-uh-rey-tim ]
/ ˌlɪt əˈreɪ tɪm /
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Origin of literatim
First recorded in 1635–45; from Medieval Latin, from Latin līterāt(us) + adverb suffix -im; see literate
Words nearby literatim
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Example sentences from the Web for literatim
Marsh's narrative is too diffuse, not to mention other faults, for me to follow it verbatim et (il-)literatim.Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier|Frank H. Severance
They are given in their chronological order, and verbatim, but not literatim, the orthography having been modernized.Shakespeare's Insomnia, And the Causes Thereof|Franklin H. Head
British Dictionary definitions for literatim
/ (ˌlɪtəˈrɑːtɪm) /
letter for letter
Word Origin for literatim
C17: from Medieval Latin, from Latin littera letter
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