ipsissima verba

ipsissima verba
noun plural Etymology: New Latin, literally, the selfsame words Date: 1807 the exact language used by someone quoted

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Ipsissima verba — Ipsissima verba, Latin for the very words, is a legal term referring to material, usually established authority, that a writer or speaker is quoting or referring to. For example, the lawyer s position on segregation is supported by the ipsissima… …   Wikipedia

  • Ipsissima verba — (lat.), die eigensten Worte …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Ipsissima verba — Ipsissĭma verba (lat.), seine (ihre) eigenen Worte …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • ipsissima verba — [ip sis′i mə ver′bə, ip sis′i mə vʉr′bə] n. [L] the very words (of a person being quoted) …   English World dictionary

  • ipsissima verba — /ip sis si mah werdd bah/; Eng. /ip sis euh meuh verr beuh/, Latin. the very words; verbatim. * * * …   Universalium

  • ipsissima verba — ip|sịs|si|ma ver|ba 〈[ vɛ:r ]〉 seine eigenen Worte, genau diese Worte [lat.] * * * ip|sịs|si|ma vẹr|ba [lat.] (bildungsspr.): genau die eigenen (von einer Person gesprochenen) Worte: i. v. ... Jesu sind exakt von falschen Überlieferungen zu… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ipsissima verba — ip|sịs|si|ma ver|ba 〈 [vẹr ] geh.〉 seine eigenen Worte, genau diese Worte [Etym.: lat.] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • ipsissima verba — ip|sis|si|ma ver|ba [ v...] <lat. > völlig die eigenen Worte (einer Person, die sie gesprochen hat) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • ipsissima verba — (Latin) the very words, the exact words, the exact words used in something that is quoted …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ipsissima verba — [ɪpˌsɪsɪmə və:bə] plural noun the precise words. Origin from L …   English new terms dictionary

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