Definition of Excudit

1. printed or struck by a nominated person [Latin]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Excudit

excruciate
excruciated
excruciates
excruciating
excruciatingly
excruciation
excruciations
excrudescence
excrudescences
excrutiate
excsc
excubant
excubation
excubitoria
excubitorium
excudit (current term)
exculpable
exculpate
exculpated
exculpates
exculpating
exculpation
exculpations
exculpatory
excur
excurrent
excurse
excursed
excurses
excursing

Literary usage of Excudit

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Catalogue of the Library of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts by Harvard University Library, Harvard University (1831)
"Schleu- en excudit. Berlin. ... excudit. Berlin. Das Fürstenthum Schweidnitz in Nied. Schlesien. f. min. ..."

2. A Catalogue of the Works of Cornelius Visscher by William Smith (1864)
"P. Goos excudit effaced, and in its place /. ... Near the bottom on the left, P. Goos excudit (the P and G interlaced). III. ..."

3. Valentine Green by Alfred Whitman (1902)
"With, in addition, in scratched letters: "J. Boydell, excudit"; and with et excudit almost ... J. Boy- dell excudit 1769. Valentine Green del & fecit. ..."

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