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  • From Medieval Latin viꝫ, from Latin vidēlicet, short for vidēre licet. The ‘z’ was originally not a letter but a common Middle Latin scribal abbreviation ꝫ that was used for -et, specifically a Tironian note. The symbol resembled ‘z’, or rather 3 and Ȝ, and hence is thus represented in type. Compare ⁊, the Tironian symbol for Latin et (in isolation, not as suffix).

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