CPER: explanation of abbreviations, prefixes (English, Greek, Latin) and acronyms concerning overall site.
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etc. = "and so forth", "and so on" .
From Latin etcetera or et cetera meaning: 'and other' or 'and other things'.
Fig. = Figure .
A figure is a graphical illustration in the form of: a digital picture, schema, graph, cartoon or a photo.
The English term figure is derived from the Latin word figūra meaning 'shape'.
i.e. = "that is".
From Latin id est.
NB = Nota Bene = "Be aware of ..." , "Please note that ...", "Pay attention" or "Take notice".
Nota bene comes from the Latin roots notāre, meaning "to note" and bene meaning "well".
NMB = Natural Motives of Beauty.
Para- = "along side", "next to", or "contra-".
Para- is used as a prefix before many English words.
The prefix para is derived from the ancient Greek word pará (παρά) meaning “beside; next to, near, from; against, contrary to”.
pg. = page .
A page within a lesson.
qnr = questionnaire.
questionnaire is a survey using a variety of question types, for
the purpose of gathering data.