What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
also pleb, "member of the lowest class at a U.S. military academy," 1833, probably a shortened form of plebeian "one of the lower class," which in Latin also had the short form plebs or plebes.
A first-year student at Annapolis or West Point
[1833+ Service academy; fr plebeian, ''lower-class person,'' fr Latin]