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Latin Abbrevitations

A list of 15 common Latin abbreviations that we use all the time in English

A.D. Anno Domini - In the year of our Lord
A.M. Ante Meridiem - Before noon
P.M. Post Meridiem - After noon
Et. al. Et alia - And other [things/people]
Etc. Et Cetera - And the rest
e.g. Exempli gratia - For example
i.e. Id est - That is
N.B. Nota Bene - Note well
P.S. Post Scripum - Written after
Pro and Con Pro et Contra - For and against
R.I.P. Requiescat in Pace - May (s)he rest in peace
S.P.Q.R. Senatus Populusque Romanus - The Senate and the Roman People
Vs. Versus - Against
Pro tem. Por Tempore - For the time being
Q.E.D. Quod erat demonstrandum - That which had to be proven
Created by: gleek1127