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1) the gerundive connective particle. having / after having. 2) adverbial function. -ing. 3) defining function: where. 4) namely, to wit, videlicet; te/ ste/ de - semicolon; colon or m-dash; rather; so, thus [RY]
 
1) the gerundive connective particle. having / after having. 2) adverbial function. -ing. 3) defining function: where. 4) namely, to wit, videlicet; te/ ste/ de - semicolon; colon or m-dash; rather; so, thus [RY]
  

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1) the gerundive connective particle. having / after having. 2) adverbial function. -ing. 3) defining function: where. 4) namely, to wit, videlicet; te/ ste/ de - semicolon; colon or m-dash; rather; so, thus [RY]

colon, semicolon [RY]

1) gerundive connective particle, after--, having--, * &; 2) adverbial functioning; 3) defining function: where? how? namely, to wit, viz: or adding/ elaborating[IW]

affix for the gerund, gerundive connective, this is when [JV]

affix for the gerund, gerundive connective, this is when, that is [JV]