Verbatim ac litteratim

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The Latin phrase verbatim ac litteratim means "word for word and letter for letter."

Its usage today can be found in the term "verbatim", which has the same meaning.

Note that the Latin word for "word" is "verbum", and it forms the root for the English words "verb", "proverb," "adverb" and "verbose."