Examples from the Web for ubi
Multa erat in Nov Franci messis, ubi incol pene belluarum more sine Numinis cognitione vivebant.
See the long account in Von Botzheim's narration, ubi supra, 113.
The story of Leclerc's fortunes is told both by Crespin, ubi supra, fol.The Rise of the Hugenots, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Henry Martyn Baird
Le vray resveille-matin des Calvinistes, 88, ibid., ubi supra.
Duc et ad mathios manes, ubi belliger urbis Conditor hiblo perfusus nectare durat.History of Embalming|J. N. Gannal
British Dictionary definitions for ubi
Word Origin and History for ubi
"place, location, position," 1610s, common in English c.1640-1740, from Latin ubi "where?, where," relative pronomial adverb of place, ultimately from PIE *kwo-bhi- (cf. Sanskrit kuha, Old Church Slavonic kude "where"), locative case of pronomial base *kwo-. Ubi sunt, literally "where are" (1914), in reference to lamentations for the mutability of things is from a phrase used in certain Medieval Latin Christian works.