et alios

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin et (and) + alios (others)

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et alios

  1. And others; used of people, unless exclusively of female gender

Usage notesEdit

  • In some academic contexts, it may be appropriate to use the specific Latin form that would be used in Latin text, selecting the appropriate grammatical case.
  • The abbreviation "et al." finesses the need for such fastidiousness.

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