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an example or model.
an anecdote that illustrates or supports a moral point, as in a medieval sermon.
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Exempli gratia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Exempli is the genitive singular form of exemplum meaning example. Exempli gratia is sometimes confused with id est (i.e.). Id est means "that is (to say)" in the  ...

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Exemplum definition, an example or model. See more.

Exemplum | Definition of Exemplum by Merriam-Webster


Define exemplum: example, model — exemplum in a sentence. ... Origin and Etymology of exemplum. Latin .... OTHER MERRIAM-WEBSTER DICTIONARIES.

exemplum - definition of exemplum in English | Oxford Dictionaries


an example or model, especially a story told to illustrat... Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

Exemplum - definition of exemplum by The Free Dictionary


A brief story used to make a point in an argument or to illustrate a moral truth. [ Latin; see example.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth ...

Exemplum - Definition and Examples of Exemplum - Literary Devices


Definition, Usage and a list of Exemplum Examples in common speech and literature. Exemplum is a rhetorical device that is defined as a short tale, narrative , ...

Exemplum - The Latin Dictionary


Apr 12, 2010 ... Singular, Plural. Nominative, Exemplum, Exempla. Genitive, Exempli, Exemplorum. Dative, Exemplo, Exemplis. Accusative, Exemplum ...

Exemplum dictionary definition | exemplum defined - YourDictionary


exemplum. noun. pl. ex·em·pla. An example. A brief story used to make a point in an argument or to illustrate a moral truth. Origin of exemplum. Latin; see ...