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viz

abbreviation for
videlicet
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viz.

videlicet.
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viz

adverb namely, that is to say, to wit, videlicet two places where you can meet men, viz; evening classes and supermarkets
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viz

[ˈvɪz] abbr (=vide licet) (= namely) → à savoir, c. à d.
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viz

advnämlich
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viz

abbr =videlicet: namelycioè
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References in periodicals archive ?
6-7: 'Factum tandem est ut, supra uires etatis de ingenio meo presumens, ad scolarum regmen adolescentulus aspirarem, et locus in quo id agerem prouiderem, insigne uidelicet tunc temporis Meliduni castrum et sedem regiam.
It specifies that a fourth of the goods given to a monastery should be devoted to hospitality: "Mos autem sedis apostolicae est ordinatis episcopis praecepta tradere, ut omni stipendio quod accedit quattuor debeant fieri portiones: una uidelicet episcopo et familiae propter hospitalitatem atque susceptionem ..." [It is a custom of the apostolic see to give instruction to those who have been consecrated bishops that all money received should be divided into four portions: that is, one for the bishop and his household for purposes of hospitality and entertainment].
Cuius uidelicet uiri, et in episcopatu, et ante episcopatum uita et conuersatio fertur fuisse sanctissima, sicut etiam nunc caelestium signa uirtutum indicio sunt.