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Latin 1 (2016 - 2017) Latin Abbreviations Used in English

Freudlich, pg. 213-214
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A.D.
anno Domini, in the year of our Lord
ad lib.
ad libitum, at pleasure
A.M.
ante meridiem, before noon
cf.
confer, compare
e.g.
exempli gratia, for example
et al.
et alii (aliae, alia), and others
etc.
et cetera, and the rest, and so forth
ibid.
ibidem, in the same place
i.e.
id est, that is
M.D.
Medicinae Doctor, Doctor of Medicine
N.B.
nota bene, note well
op. cit.
opere citato, in the work mentioned
per cent
per centum, by the hundred
P.M.
post meridiem, after noon
pro tem.
pro tempore, for the time being
P.S.
post scriptum, postscript, written afterwards
q.v.
quod vide, which see
Rx
recipe, take (as directed)
viz.
videlicet (videre licet), one may see, namely
vs.
versus, against
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