John; the second, like a calf, denotes His sacerdotal order, viz.
The phallic meaning of all this is evident; and a kind of Trinity is presented to us, viz.
The principal Bailliwicks of the Order in England were the following, viz.
These kind of starting Steps, may be practis'd two ways, viz.
I have requested that he would lend us for the present only as much as would satisfy the bills of December, viz.
The shifting of Positions by springing, may be known by what follows, viz.
The Campanulaceae are low annual insignificant weeds, one Lobelia excepted, viz.
In moving sideways, the Tract or Line must also be considered as to its two sides, viz.
To speak of appearances produced by things is to imply that the object of perception is merely something mental, viz.
Herein he produces one of the “three agreements that ought to be in a song,” viz.
1530s, abbreviation of videlicet "that is to say, to wit, namely" (mid-15c.), from Latin videlicet, contraction of videre licet "it is permissible to see," from videre "to see" (see vision) + licet "it is allowed," third person singular present indicative of licere "be allowed" (see licence). The -z- is not a letter, but originally a twirl, representing the usual Medieval Latin shorthand symbol for the ending -et. "In reading aloud usually rendered by 'namely.' " [OED]
A visual language for specification and programming.
["viz: A Visual Language Based on Functions", C.M. Holt, 1990 IEEE Workshop on Visual Langs, Oct 1990, pp.221-226].