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Part of speech: Conjunction

Namely; viz.; to wit.

Usage examples "scilicet":
  • Scilicet hoc commodi nobis peperit Historicorum ad res nouas diuulgandas auiditas. - "The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, v. 1, Northern Europe", Richard Hakluyt.
  • Neque enim unquam intemiscunt terre, nisi sopito mari, coeloque adeo tranquillo, ut volatus avium non pendeant, subtracto omni spiritu qui vehit; nec unquam nisi post ventos conditos, scilicet in venas et cavernas ejus occulto afflatu. - "COSMOS: A Sketch of the Physical Description of the Universe, Vol. 1", Alexander von Humboldt.
  • 1 et 2; in corpore vero possunt esse secundario, inquantum scilicet corpus disponitur et habilitatur ad prompte deserviendum operationibus animae. - "Ontology or the Theory of Being", Peter Coffey.