videlicet


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vi·del·i·cet

 (vĭ-dĕl′ĭ-sĕt′, vī-, wĭ-dā′lĭ-kĕt′)
adv. Abbr. viz.
That is; namely. Used to introduce examples, lists, or items.

[Latin vidēlicet, contraction of vidēre licet, it is permitted to see : vidēre, to see; see vide + licet, third person sing. present tense of licēre, to be permitted.]

videlicet

(vɪˈdiːlɪˌsɛt)
adv
namely: used to specify items, examples, etc. Abbreviation: viz
[C15: from Latin]

vi•de•li•cet

(wɪˈdeɪ lɪˌkɛt; Eng. vɪˈdɛl ə sɪt)

adv. Latin.
that is to say; namely (used esp. to introduce examples, etc.). Abbr.: viz.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.videlicet - as follows

videlicet

adverb
That is to say:
Idiom: to wit.
Translations

videlicet

[vɪˈdiːlɪset] ADVa saber

videlicet

adv (abbr viz) → nämlich
References in classic literature ?
They use that moon no more For the same end as before - Videlicet a tent - Which I think extravagant: Its atomies, however, Into a shower dissever, Of which those butterflies, Of Earth, who seek the skies, And so come down again(Never-contented things
videlicet <<gratuitas et debitus et ex utroque permixtus>>, tantum erunt tres personae: una, quae tantum dat, in qua est amor gratuitas; alia, quae tantum accipit, in qua est amor debitus; et media, quae dat et accipit, in qua est amor permixtus ex utroque.
Nullus evectione utatur privatus, tametsi valuerit impetrare, exceptis his, quos sublimissimae administrationis inlustravit indeptio et quos magistri equitum ac peditum pompa sublimat, qui tamen omnes in actu ipso positi rei publicae providerunt, non hi, quos honorarii tantum nominis suffragia prosequuntur, sub hac videlicet definitione, ut, cum semel ad propria vel optata pervenerint, utendae eiusdem evectionis non habeantfacultatem nisi consulta iterum clementia nostra geminae isdem beneficium detulerit largitatis, etiamsi administratione deposita ad larem proprium revertuntur.
Like morphosyntactic awareness, studies have shown a positive correlation between performance in syntactical awareness and the subsequent performance in reading [4,13-16] and writing [15] mainly of words with orthographic irregularities, videlicet, that can't be read correctly with the exclusive use of decodification or phonological rote.
In order to expand readers' appetite for detective fiction, fire up their imagination, and encourage them to follow an investigation through to completion, the trend line, videlicet the move toward a more upscale market position, appears to indicate continuous improvement over time in the American pulp publishing industry.
Anima omnes suas habet perfectiones in se ipsa secundum existentiam, veluti cultelli substantia, quae per formam et materiam perfecta est, tamen si non scindit et otiosus manet est defectivus, secundum finem ad quem factus est, videlicet scindere.
mirifice Caerellia studio videlicet philosophiae flagrans describit a tuis: istos ipsos de finibus habet.
Dico quod non quia sumere sacramentaliter addit supra sumere sacramentum modum sumendi videlicet quod referat signum in signatum suum credendo et si opus est confidendo ore quod sub illis speciebus veraciter contineatur corpus Christi quod non facit infidelis nec etiam brutum.
19) On the gifting of the relic to Westminster Abbey, Paris writes that on the marble "vestigium humani pedis, videlicet, ut a multis creditur et dicitur, Salvatoris .
On 6 June 1574, Stephen Bathory, prince of Transylvania (and king of Poland after 1576), issued in Alba Iulia a document (known to Romanian historiography for more than a century) whereby "Friar Christopher (Hristofor), the priest" was appointed episcopum Valachorum presbyterorum transsilvanensium, romanam videlicet seu graecam religionem profitencium ("bishop of the Wallachian Transylvanian priests who follow the Roman, that is, the Greek faith").
For the catalogue description of this manuscript, see Bibliothecae Bodleianae codicum manuscriptorum orientalium, videlicet Hebraicorum, Chaldaicorum, Syriacorum, Aethiopicorum, Arabicorum, Persicorum, Turcicorum, Copticorumque catalogus (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1787), 1: 187, 338, 382-83, and http://www.