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videlicet (not comparable)
- Namely, to wit, that is to say (used when clarifying or naming the preceding item or topic)
- 1993, Anthony Burgess, A Dead Man in Deptford:
- My father did speak much of the day he was not speedily to forget, videlicet May Day of 1517, when there was great apprentice rioting against insolent foreigners.
Where videlicet is carefully distinguished from scilicet, viz. is used to provide glosses and sc. to provide omitted words or parenthetic clarification.
- See namely
- (Classical) IPA(key): /u̯iˈdeː.li.ket/, [u̯ɪˈd̪eːlʲɪkɛt̪]
- (modern Italianate Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /viˈde.li.t͡ʃet/, [viˈd̪ɛːlit͡ʃet̪]
vidēlicet (not comparable)