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videlicet

[ wi-dey-li-ket; English vi-del-uh-sit ]
/ wɪˈdeɪ lɪˌkɛt; English vɪˈdɛl ə sɪt /
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adverb Latin.
that is to say; namely (used especially to introduce examples, details, etc.): It happened two days after, videlicet the 14th of June.Abbreviations: viz., viz
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Origin of videlicet

First recorded in 1450–1500; from vidēlicet, shortening of vidēre licet “it is permitted to see; it is plain to see, evidently”; see also licit
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British Dictionary definitions for videlicet

videlicet
/ (vɪˈdiːlɪˌsɛt) /

adverb
namely: used to specify items, examples, etcAbbreviation: viz

Word Origin for videlicet

C15: from Latin
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