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quod vide

Legal Definition of quod vide

Etymology

    Latin Origin

Phrase

  1. Which see(in references) - Abbreviation q.v.

Definition of quod vide

Alternative forms

  • Abbreviations: q.v., qv

Etymology

    From Latin; quod (“which”) + vid" (“see”), from videō (“I see”).

Phrase

quod vide

  1. which see; used after a term to indicate that more information on the term is available elsewhere.

Further reading

Latin: quod vide (q.v.)

Translation:which see

Notes: Used after a term or phrase that should be looked up elsewhere in the current document or book. For more than one term or phrase, the plural is quae vide (qq.v.).

References:

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