Latin in principio (in the beginning)
[in prahy-sen-tee; English in pree-zen-tahy, -tee] /ɪn praɪˈsɛn ti; English ɪn priˈzɛn taɪ, -ti/ adverb, adjective, Latin. 1. at the present time.
noun 1. Latin Moriae Encomium. a prose satire (1509) by Erasmus, written in Latin and directed against theologians and church dignitaries.
[in prin-ki-pi-aw; English in-prin-sip-ee-oh] /ɪn prɪnˈkɪ pɪ ɔ; English ɪn prɪnˈsɪp iˌoʊ/ adverb, Latin. 1. at or in the beginning; at first.
- Inprise corporation
Borland Software Corporation.