ubi supra

[ oo-bee soo-prah; English yoo-bahy soo-pruh, -bee ]
/ ˈu bi ˈsu prɑ; English ˈyu baɪ ˈsu prə, -bi /


See u.s.1.
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British Dictionary definitions for ubi

ubi supra

/ Latin (ˈuːbɪ ˈsuːprɑː) /

where (mentioned or cited) above
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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.

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