vide

[wee-de; English vahy-dee, vee-]

vide ante

[wee-de ahn-te; English vahy-dee an-tee, vee-]
Latin.
  1. see before (used especially to refer a reader to parts of a text).

vide infra

[wee-de in-frah; English vahy-dee in-fruh, vee-]
Latin.
  1. see below (used especially to refer a reader to parts of a text).

vide post

[wee-de pohst; English vahy-dee pohst, vee-]
Latin.
  1. see after or further (used especially to refer a reader to parts of a text).

vide supra

[wee-de soo-prah; English vahy-dee soo-pruh, vee-]
Latin.
  1. see above (used especially to refer a reader to parts of a text).

vide ut supra

[wee-de oo t soo-prah; English vahy-dee uht soo-pruh, vee-]
Latin.
  1. see as (stated) above (used especially to refer a reader to parts of a text).
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vide

  1. (used to direct a reader to a specified place in a text, another book, etc) refer to, see (often in the phrases vide ante (see before), vide infra (see below), vide post (see after), vide supra (see above), vide ut supra (see as above), etc)Abbreviation: v, vid

Word Origin for vide

C16: from Latin
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Word Origin and History for vide

"see," Latin imperative singular of videre "to see" (see vision).

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