- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)conj. & adv. to wit, as follows, specifically, viz., videlicet, that is [to say], i. e. See speciality, interpretation.II(Roget's IV) modif.Syn. to wit, that is to say, particularly, by way of explanation, strictly speaking, as much as to say, viz., in other words, in plain English, i.e., id est, videlicet scilicet ( all Latin); see also specifically 1 .III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) adv.specifically, to wit, that is, i.e.IV(Roget's Thesaurus II) adverb That is to say: scilicet, specifically, videlicet. Idiom: to wit. See SPECIFIC.
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namely - i.e. — Namely and i.e. are both used to give more information about something that you have just mentioned. ◊ namely You use namely to say exactly what you mean when you have just referred to something in a general or indirect way. I shall now turn to… … Useful english dictionary
Namely — Name ly, adv. 1. By name; by particular mention; specifically; especially; expressly. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] The solitariness of man . . . God hath namely and principally ordered to prevent by marriage. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. That is… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
namely — index a savoir Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
namely — (adv.) particularly, especially (i.e. by name ), late 12c., from NAME (Cf. name) (n.) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary
namely — [adv] that is to say by way of explanation, especially, expressly, id est*, i.e., in other words, in plain English*, particularly, scilicet, specially, specifically, strictly speaking, that is, to wit, videlicet, viz.; concept 557 … New thesaurus
namely — ► ADVERB ▪ that is to say … English terms dictionary
namely — [nān′lē] adv. [ME: see NAME & LY2] that is to say; specifically … English World dictionary
namely — [[t]ne͟ɪmli[/t]] ADV: ADV n, ADV cl You use namely to introduce detailed information about the subject you are discussing, or a particular aspect of it. One group of people seems to be forgotten, namely pensioners... This shows how little they… … English dictionary
namely — /naym lee/, adv. that is to say; explicitly; specifically; to wit: an item of legislation, namely, the housing bill. [1125 75; ME namely, earlier nameliche. See NAME, LY] * * * … Universalium
namely — adverb /ˈneɪmlɪ/ a) Especially, above all. Thus was Sir Tramtryste longe there well cherysshed with the kynge and wyth the quene – and namely with La Beale Isode. b) Specifically; that is to say I asked a friend, namely, Paul … Wiktionary
namely — A difference, in grammatical sense, in strictr ness exists between the words namely and including. Namely imports interpretation, i.e., indicates what is included in the previous term; but including imports addition, i.e., indicates something not … Black's law dictionary