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This is a list of common Latin abbreviations. Nearly all the abbreviations below have been .... Because cetera implies inanimate objects, et al. is preferred when speaking of people. e.g. · exempli gratia, "for example", "for instance". Example: The ...

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Punctuation isn't the only confusing thing about et al. Its Latin origin causes some confusion too, because the phrase in Latin could be written three different ...

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Even if you don't speak Latin, you should know the two meanings of et al. Learn what et al. is, how to use it, and what mistakes to avoid.

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May 25, 2016 ... “Et al.” is a scholarly abbreviation of the Latin phrase et alia, which means “and others.” It is commonly used when you don't want to name all ...

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Word Origin and History for et al. also et al, 1883, abbreviation of Latin et alii ( masc.), et aliæ (fem.), or et alia (neuter), in any case meaning "and others.".

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Et al. is the abbreviation for several Latin words, depending upon what the writer intends it to say: Et alii means the writer wants to say “and others (people).”.

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Nov 3, 2011 ... by Chelsea Lee Academic writing is full of little conventions that may seem opaque to the uninitiated. One of these is the Latin phrase et al., ...

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Feb 4, 2011 ... We also see et al without the period at the end. Because et al. is short for et alii ( Latin for “and others”), the second word is actually an ...