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What is the abbreviation "h.e."? It doesn't appear in the [[en:List of Latin abbreviations | List of Latin abbreviations]]. Is it a typo (that should be fixed), or does it actually have a meaning? If it actually stands for something, perhaps it should either be written out fully, or added to the [[en:List of Latin abbreviations | List of Latin abbreviations]]
:It's 'hoc est', and it's probably not in [[:en:List of Latin abbreviations]] because there appears to be an unstated premise that [[:en:List of Latin abbreviations]] is a list of Latin abbreviations ''that are used in English'' (in writing English, i.e. is used instead of h.e.). At the bottom of that article are links to [[:en:List of classical abbreviations]] and [[:en:List of ecclesiastical abbreviations]], which are lists of abbreviations used ''in'' Latin -- though I think h.e. doesn't really belong in either of those lists either. —[[Usor:Mycēs|Mucius Tever]] 01:02, 26 Februarii 2012 (UTC)
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