that is; namely
Origin of videlicetClassical Latin ; from videre licet, it is permitted to see
That is; namely. Used to introduce examples, lists, or items.
Origin of videlicetLatin vid&emacron;licet, contraction of vid&emacron;re licet, it is permitted to see : vid&emacron;re, to see; see vide + licet, third person sing. present tense of lic&emacron;re, to be permitted.
- That is to say; viz.
Latin, from vide- (stem of videre (“see")) + licet (“it is permissible").
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