sc.

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See also: sc, Sc, SC, .sc, -sc, and S.C.

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Derived from Latin scilicet.

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sc.

  1. (law) Abbreviation of the Latin from scilicet (namely, to wit, particularly), indicating that a legal document was executed in the designated place within that jurisdiction for such an act.
  2. Abbreviation of sculpsit.
  3. Abbreviation of scene.
  4. Abbreviation of scruple (unit of measure).

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