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loco primo citato

[ loh-koh pree-moh ki-tah-toh; English loh-koh prahy-moh sahy-tey-toh, pree-moh si-tah-toh ]
/ ˈloʊ koʊ ˈpri moʊ kɪˈtɑ toʊ; English ˈloʊ koʊ ˈpraɪ moʊ saɪˈteɪ toʊ, ˈpri moʊ sɪˈtɑ toʊ /
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adverb Latin.
in the place first cited.
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Also loc. pri·mo cit. [lok-prahy-moh sit, pree-moh] /ˈlɒk ˈpraɪ moʊ ˈsɪt, ˈpri moʊ/ .

Origin of loco primo citato

From Latin locō prīmō citātō
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