Vide Mr. Hobbes considered, if more may not be inserted, scilicet as to the politiques.
So then he percieved he was attacqued by death, scilicet, the dead palsey.
Alii (scilicet, Minores) principaliter unctioni et postea speculationi.
Nimo scilicet eiusdem rithimi repercussio, nisi forte novum aliquid atque intentatum artis hoc sibi praeroget.
Item prefati sokemanni in obitibus suis dabunt herietum integrum, scilicet unum equum et hernesium et arma si habuerint.
July 31, 1677, I sold my bokes to Mr. Littlebury, scilicet when my impostume in my heade did breake.
St. Alphonsus's text is: "Potes respondere te nihil scire, scilicet ad revelandum."
scilicet quem res tanta et tam, atrox non permovit, eum oratio accendet.
Videbam coram me vitem & in ea tres fundos oculos (principal buds) scilicet unde funduntur palmites.
De ista praedicta acra in Nortwd' quae nostra fuit, jacet roda una ad lomputtes, scilicet, roda capitalis.
late 14c., Latin, "you may know, you may be sure, it is certain," used in sense "that is to say, namely," contraction of scire licit "it is permitted to know," from scire "to know" (see science); for second element see licit. Used as was Old English hit is to witanne, literally "it is to wit" (see wit (v.)). Often abbreviated sc. or scil.
Its function is to introduce : (a) a more intelligible or definite substitute, sometimes the English, for an expression already used ... (b) a word &c. that was omitted in the original as unnecessary, but is thought to require specifying for the present audience .... [Fowler]