Ab init.

ab init.
Latin ab initio (from the beginning)


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  • Ab initio

    from the beginning. Historical Examples Why should it not have been so ab initio, or at least at the beginning of the historical period for these parts? Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham It does seem doubtful whether the State can ab initio be the proprietor of a copyright. A Treatise Upon the Law of Copyright in […]

  • Ab intra

    from inside; from within. Historical Examples But it is impossible to pass by the objection to theology which comes as it were ab intra from the side of religion. Lux Mundi Various

  • Ab origine

    Latin. from the very beginning; from the source or origin. Historical Examples It is said of him, that he was, inventum focis, because he was ab origine from the land of fire; by which is meant Ur of Chaldea. A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.) Jacob Bryant To […]

  • Ab ovo

    from the beginning. Historical Examples The Romans began their noonday meal with eggs, and ended with a dessert; ab ovo ad malum. The Castaways Captain Mayne Reid I knew him from the very egg, I may say—ab ovo—Mrs. Cavanagh; it was I instilled his first principles into him. The Emigrants Of Ahadarra William Carleton Smith […]

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