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A.D.
[anno Domini], in the year of (our) Lord
(used for dates in the Christian era as opposed to B.C.)
A.D.
[anno Domini], in the year of (our) Lord
(used for dates in the Christian era as opposed to B.C.)
ad lib.
[ad libitum], at pleasure
ad lib.
[ad libitum], at pleasure
a.m.
[ante meridiem], before noon
a.m.
[ante meridiem], before noon
A.U.C.
[ab urbe condita; anno urbis conditae], from the founding of Rome (used as a reference point by the Romans for establishing dates, as we use A.D. today)
A.U.C.
[ab urbe condita; anno urbis conditae], from the founding of Rome (used as a reference point by the Romans for establishing dates, as we use A.D. today)
A.D.
[anno Domini], in the year of (our) Lord
(used for dates in the Christian era as opposed to B.C.)
cf.
[confer] compare
cf.
[confer] compare
ad lib.
[ad libitum], at pleasure
e.g.
[exempli gratia], for example
e.g.
[exempli gratia], for example
a.m.
[ante meridiem], before noon
et al.
[et alii], and others; [et alibi], and elsewhere
et al.
[et alii], and others; [et alibi], and elsewhere
etc.
[et cetera], and so forth
ibid.
[ibidem], in the same place
A.U.C.
[ab urbe condita; anno urbis conditae], from the founding of Rome (used as a reference point by the Romans for establishing dates, as we use A.D. today)
id.
[idem], the same (author)
etc.
[et cetera], and so forth
i.e.
[id est], that is
m.
[meridie], at midday, noon
ibid.
[ibidem], in the same place
N.B.
[nota bene], note well; take notice
cf.
[confer] compare
op. cit.
[opere citato], in the volume quoted
id.
[idem], the same (author)
e.g.
[exempli gratia], for example
et al.
[et alii], and others; [et alibi], and elsewhere
i.e.
[id est], that is
etc.
[et cetera], and so forth
m.
[meridie], at midday, noon
ibid.
[ibidem], in the same place
N.B.
[nota bene], note well; take notice
id.
[idem], the same (author)
op. cit.
[opere citato], in the volume quoted
i.e.
[id est], that is
p.m.
[post meridiem], afternoon
m.
[meridie], at midday, noon
p.m.
[post meridiem], afternoon
N.B.
[nota bene], note well; take notice
op. cit.
[opere citato], in the volume quoted
p.m.
[post meridiem], afternoon
pro tem.
[pro tempore], for the time being
P.S.
[post scriptum], written afterwards, postcript
Q.E.D.
[quod erat demonstrandum], that which was to be proved
(sometimes found at the end of the solutions of geometry problems)
q.v.
[quod vide], which see
R.
[recipe], take as prescribed (medical term)
viz.
[videlicet,(videre licet)], namely
vs.
[versus], against
pro tem.
[pro tempore], for the time being
P.S.
[post scriptum], written afterwards, postcript
Q.E.D.
[quod erat demonstrandum], that which was to be proved
(sometimes found at the end of the solutions of geometry problems)
q.v.
[quod vide], which see
R.
[recipe], take as prescribed (medical term)
viz.
[videlicet,(videre licet)], namely
vs.
[versus], against