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The abbreviation viz short for the Latin videlicet, is used as a synonym for " namely", "that is to say", "to wit", ... Look up viz. or videlicet in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... In legal usage, scilicet appears abbreviated as ss. or, in a caption, as § ...

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Definition of To Wit in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is To Wit? Meaning of To Wit as a legal term. What does ...

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to wit. prep. that is to say. Example: "the passengers in the vehicle, to wit: Arlene Jones, Betty Bumgartner and Sherry Younger." ...

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to-wit definition: Adverb to wit 1. (formal) ... The defendant is charged with possession of a controlled substance, to wit, cocaine.... ... to wit - Legal Definition. adv.

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Apr 29, 2015 ... The phrase to wit, meaning namely or that is to say, is primarily used in legal texts and speech, though it sometimes spills over into other types ...

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Define to wit: that is to say : namely — to wit in a sentence.

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To Wit means namely, that to say, as follows. It comes from the old English verb.

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A phrase meaning "the following comes to mind." The phrase is sometimes used to introduce examples for a more general statement. It may follow a comma, ...

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Definition of TO WIT: the term that means namely or that is to say.