Origin of ipso factoClassical Latin
ipso factoip·so fac·to
Ipso facto is Latin and is defined as by the fact.
If all squares are rectangles and all rectangles have four sides, this is an example of when a square has four sides ipso facto.
By the fact itself; by that very fact: An alien, ipso facto, has no right to a US passport.
Origin of ipso factoNew Latin ipsō factō Latin ipsō ablative of ipse itself Latin factō ablative of factum fact
- At Ipso-Facto, there are a number of coats to choose from with varieties of styling and detail.